Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Artist Rating Length
1 From the Steeples and the Mountains, S. 65
Charles Ives 4:13
2 The Things Our Fathers Loved, S. 372
Charles Ives 1:47
3 The Pond (Remembrance), S. 40
Charles Ives 1:42
4 Memories, S. 297
Charles Ives 2:30
5 Charlie Rutlage, S. 14/iii
Charles Ives 2:38
6 The Circus Band, S. 33
Charles Ives 3:02
7 Three Places in New England, S. 7: I. The "St. Gaudens" in Boston Common
Charles Ives 8:51
8 Three Places in New England, S. 7: II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut
Charles Ives 5:22
9 Three Places in New England, S. 7: III. The Housatonic at Stockbridge
Charles Ives 4:06
10 In Flanders Fields, S. 277 (arr. David Del Tredici)
Charles Ives 2:41
11 They Are There! (A War Song March), S. 188
Charles Ives 2:52
12 Tom Sails Away, S. 378
Charles Ives 2:48
13 Symphony No. 4, S. 4: III. Fugue
Charles Ives 6:38
14 Psalm 100, S. 153
Charles Ives 1:35
15 Serenity, S. 347 (arr. John Adams)
Charles Ives 2:00
16 General William Booth Enters Into Heaven, S. 181
Charles Ives 5:42
17 The Unanswered Question (I & II), S. 50
Charles Ives 6:19

Credits

CD 1

trumpet:
Glenn Fischthal (track 17)
piano:
Michael Tilson Thomas (tracks 2, 4, 12)
baritone vocals:
Thomas Hampson (tracks 2, 4–5, 10, 12, 15–16)
choir vocals:
San Francisco Girls Chorus (tracks 3, 6, 11, 14, 16)
San Francisco Symphony Chorus (tracks 6, 9, 11, 14, 16)
composer:
Charles Ives (tracks 7–9, 11, 15)
Charles Ives (1897) (track 4)
Charles Ives (1899) (track 6)
Charles Ives (1901) (track 1)
Charles Ives (1902) (track 14)
Charles Ives (1906 – 1913) (track 3)
Charles Ives (1910 – 1916) (track 13)
Charles Ives (1914) (track 16)
Charles Ives (1917) (tracks 2, 10, 12)
Charles Ives (1920 – 1921) (track 5)
Charles Ives (1930 – 1935) (track 17)
conductor:
Michael Tilson Thomas (tracks 1, 3, 5–11, 13–17)
lyricist:
Dominick John O'Malley (1891-07-11) (track 5)
Charles Ives (1897) (track 4)
Charles Ives (1899) (track 6)
Charles Ives (1906) (track 3)
Vachel Lindsay (1913-03-13) (track 16)
John McCrae (poet) (1915-12-08) (track 10)
Charles Ives (1917) (tracks 2, 12)
Charles Ives (1942) (track 11)
orchestra:
San Francisco Symphony (tracks 1, 3, 5–11, 13, 15–17)
orchestrator:
John Adams (American minimalist composer John Coolidge Adams) (track 15)
David Del Tredici (track 10)
George F. Roberts (1934 – 1935) (track 6)
John J. Becker (1934) (track 16)
Lou Harrison (1943-07 – 1943-08) (track 11)
part of:
later versions:
live recording of:
Charlie Rutlage, S. 14/iii (Ives/Singleton orchestration of S. 226) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 5)
From the Steeples and the Mountains, S. 65 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 1)
General William Booth Enters into Heaven, S. 181 (Becker orchestration) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 16)
In Flanders Fields, S. 277 (Del Trecidi orchestration) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 10)
March: The Circus Band, S. 33 (Version 3, Roberts orchestration) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 6)
Memories, S. 297 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 4)
Psalm 100, S. 153 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 14)
Serenity, S. 347 (Adams orchestration) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 15)
Symphony no. 4, S. 4: III. Fugue. Andante moderato (con moto) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 13)
The Pond, S. 40 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 3)
The Things Our Fathers Loved, S. 372 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 2)
The Unanswered Question, S. 50 (version 2) (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 17)
They Are There! (A War Song March), S. 188 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 11)
Tom Sails Away, S. 378 (1999-09-30 – 1999-10-03) (track 12)
orchestration of:
Serenity, S. 347 (track 15)
part of:
version of:
The Unanswered Question, S. 50 (version 1) (track 17)

Release

ASIN: US: B00005UED6 [info]