Ives essays before a sonata

DRAM Notes for "Ives & Copland Piano Sonatas"

The very first work that he chose to show to the world--after fifteen years of nearly absolute artistic isolation--was his Second Piano Sonata, subtitled Concord, Mass., 1840-1860. He took great pains to explain his aims in the Essays Before a Sonata, a programmatic overview of the sonata that Ives included when he published the work (at his own considerable expense) in 1921.

Ives Piano Sonata No. 2 - Library of Congress

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<strong>Ives</strong> Piano <strong>Sonata</strong> No. 2 - Library of Congress

Liner Notes Ives - Richard Trythall

As his Essays Before a Sonata makes clear, Ives regarded music as, to paraphrase Clauswitz, philosophy carried on by other means - not just any philosophy either, but the discursive style practiced by Emerson, Thoreau, and Carlyle.

A Concord Symphony Charles Ives's Sonata No. 2 for Piano.

Ives apparently inherited many notions from Transcendentalism, chief among them, the imminence of God in Nature.


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