Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 He Is There!, S. 262
3:47
2 Weil' auf mir, S. 387
1:29
3 The Cage, S. 221
0:45
4 My Native Land, S. 304
2:13
5 The Childrens' Hour, S. 227
2:10
6 Old Home Day, S. 315
4:47
7 Soliloquy, S. 352
0:49
8 Ilmenau, S. 272
1:42
9 The See'r, S. 344
0:47
10 Autumn, S. 217
2:43
11 Pictures, S. 327
2:43
12 Walt Whitman, S. 384
0:50
13 Mists, S. 301
1:36
14 Walking, S. 383
2:37
15 A Farewell to Land, S. 248
1:30
16 Luck and Work, S. 293
0:36
17 Camp Meeting, S. 222
4:28
18 Charlie Rutlage, S. 226
2:24
19 His Exaltation, S. 265
2:13
20 Watchman!, S. 386
2:00
21 Vote for Names, S. 381
0:53
22 From "Lincoln, the Great Commoner", S. 289
3:25
23 Like a Sick Eagle, S. 288
1:50
24 From "The Swimmers", S. 366
1:24
25 At The River, S. 214
1:29
26 Requiem, S. 333
1:58
27 Afterglow, S. 207
2:15
28 General William Booth Enters Into Heaven, S. 255
5:44
29 To Edith, S. 376
1:28
30 Religion, S. 331
1:11
31 The New River, S. 308
0:56
32 Down East, S. 236
3:28
33 The Things Our Fathers Loved, S. 372
1:28
34 In Flanders Fields, S. 277
2:34
35 Tom Sails Away, S. 378
2:58
36 They Are There, S. 371
2:37

Credits

CD 1

fife:
Les Scott (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 1)
piano:
Steven Blier (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 6, 10, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 34–35)
Phillip Bush (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 2, 7, 11, 13, 15, 26, 29–30)
Gerard Hecht (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 17)
Dennis Helmrich (Classical Pianist) (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 1, 4–5, 8, 14, 17, 20, 24, 33)
Irma Vallecillo (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 3, 9, 12, 18, 21, 23, 27, 31–32, 36)
piccolo:
Jayn Rosenfeld (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 6, 36)
arranger:
Charles Ives (1920) (track 9)
baritone vocals:
William Sharp (baritone) (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 6, 10, 16, 19, 22, 25, 28, 34–35)
composer:
Charles Ives (tracks 9, 13, 20, 22)
Charles Ives (1900) (track 14)
Charles Ives (1900 – 1901) (track 4)
Charles Ives (1902) (track 2)
Charles Ives (1903) (track 8)
Charles Ives (1906) (tracks 3, 11)
Charles Ives (1906-12) (track 15)
Charles Ives (1908) (track 10)
Charles Ives (1910) (track 30)
Charles Ives (1911-11) (track 26)
Charles Ives (1912) (track 17)
Charles Ives (1912 – 1913) (track 5)
Charles Ives (1912-11) (track 21)
Charles Ives (1913) (track 19)
Charles Ives (1914) (track 28)
Charles Ives (1915) (track 24)
Charles Ives (1916) (track 25)
Charles Ives (1916 – 1917) (track 7)
Charles Ives (1917) (tracks 1, 33–36)
Charles Ives (1919) (tracks 27, 29, 32)
Charles Ives (1920) (tracks 6, 16, 23)
Charles Ives (1920 – 1921) (track 18)
Charles Ives (1921) (tracks 12, 31)
engineer:
Judith Sherman (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 1–36)
executive producer:
Dora Ohrenstein (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 1–36)
lyricist:
Charles Ives (track 9)
John Bowring (track 20)
Edwin Markham (track 22)
John McCrae (poet) (track 1)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (track 4)
Robert Robinson (18th Century hymn author) (1793) (track 19)
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1801-02) (track 8)
George Gordon Byron (Lord Byron) (1812) (track 15)
John Keats (1817) (track 23)
Nikolaus Lenau (1832) (track 2)
Charlotte Elliott (1834) (track 17)
Walt Whitman (1855) (track 12)
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1863) (track 5)
Robert Lowry (1826-1899) (1865) (track 25)
Robert Louis Stevenson (1887) (track 26)
Dominick John O'Malley (1891-07-11) (track 18)
Robert Underwood Johnson (American diplomat/writer) (1892) (track 16)
Charles Ives (1900) (track 14)
Lizzie York Case (1902) (track 30)
Monica Peveril Turnbull (1902) (track 11)
Charles Ives (1906) (track 3)
Harmony Twichell Ives (1907) (track 10)
Harmony Twichell Ives (1910) (track 13)
James Fenimore Cooper, Jr. (Grandson of the novelist) (1911-04) (track 27)
Charles Ives (1912) (track 17)
Charles Ives (1912-11) (track 21)
Vachel Lindsay (1913-03-13) (track 28)
Louis Untermeyer (1915-07) (track 24)
John McCrae (poet) (1915-12-08) (track 34)
Charles Ives (1916 – 1917) (track 7)
Charles Ives (1917) (tracks 33, 35)
Harmony Twichell Ives (1919-01-28) (track 29)
Charles Ives (1920) (track 6)
Charles Ives (1921) (track 31)
Charles Ives (1942) (track 36)
mezzo-soprano vocals:
Mary Ann Hart (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 1, 4–5, 8, 14, 17, 20, 24, 33)
producer:
Judith Sherman (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 1–36)
soprano vocals:
Dora Ohrenstein (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 2, 7, 11, 13, 15, 26, 29–30)
tenor vocals:
Paul Sperry (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (tracks 3, 9, 12, 18, 21, 23, 27, 31–32, 36)
translator:
Harmony Twichell Ives (1907) (track 8)
recorded at:
part of:
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Five Songs: At the River (for orchestra, arr. Adams) (track 25)
Five Songs: Down East (for orchestra, arr. Adams) (track 32)
Mists, S. 15/i (Orchestrated version of song) (track 13)
later versions:
Charlie Rutlage, S. 14/iii (Ives/Singleton orchestration of S. 226) (track 18)
orchestrations:
General William Booth Enters into Heaven, S. 181 (Becker orchestration) (track 28)
In Flanders Fields, S. 277 (Del Trecidi orchestration) (track 34)
recording of:
A Farewell to Land, S. 248 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 15)
Afterglow, S. 207 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 27)
At the River, S. 214 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 25)
Autumn, S. 217 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 10)
Charlie Rutlage, S. 226 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 18)
Down East, S. 236 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 32)
General William Booth Enters into Heaven, S. 255 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 28)
He Is There!, S. 262 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 1)
His Exaltation, S. 265 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 19)
Ilmenau / Over all the treetops, S. 272 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 8)
In Flanders Fields, S. 277 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 34)
Like a Sick Eagle, S. 288 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 23)
Lincoln, the Great Commoner, S. 289 (for voice and piano) (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 22)
Luck and Work, S. 293 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 16)
Mists, S. 301 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 13)
My Native Land [II], S. 304 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 4)
Old Home Day, S. 315 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 6)
Pictures, S. 327 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 11)
Religion, S. 331 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 30)
Requiem, S. 333 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 26)
Soliloquy, S. 352 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 7)
Swimmers, S. 366 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 24)
The Cage, S. 221 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 3)
The Camp Meeting, S. 222 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 17)
The Children's Hour, S. 227 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 5)
The New River, S. 308 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 31)
The See'r, S. 344 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 9)
The Things Our Fathers Loved, S. 372 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 33)
They Are There!, S. 371 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 36)
To Edith, S. 376 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 29)
Tom Sails Away, S. 378 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 35)
Vote for Names! Names! Names!, S. 381 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 21)
Walking, S. 383 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 14)
Walt Whitman, S. 384 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 12)
Watchman!, S. 386 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 20)
Weil' auf mir / Eyes so Dark, S. 387 (1991-09-17 – 1991-09-27) (track 2)
version of:

Release

ASIN: US: B0000049MM [info]