The essays in Ives Studies are concerned with Charles Ives (1874SH1954), an American composer of symphonic, choral, and chamber music who was an early pioneer of twentieth-century musical modernism. Ten leading scholars address issues that have been at the forefront of a recent surge in Ives scholarship, including the hotly debated chronology of his work, the nature of his compositional philosophy and style, and his place in music history.
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Editing Ivess 129 Songs 51
Redating Ivess choral sources 77
The idea of potentiality in the music of Charles Ives 105
Charles Ives and the politics of direct democracy 133 6
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