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  1. Tejora

    The St. Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his colored regiment) --Putnam's camp, Redding, Conn From The Housatonic at Stockbridge, by Robert Underwood Johnson. Reviews.
  2. Nakus

    Charles Ives, Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra* Charles Ives, Eugene Ormandy, Philadelphia Orchestra* - Symphony No. 1 / Variations On "America" (Arr. William Schuman) ‎ (LP) CBS, CBS, CBS: , S , MS UK: Sell This Version.
  3. JoJojin

    The St Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his Colored Regiment) $ $ $ II. Putnam's Camp, Redding, Connecticut The kind of piece Charles Ives called a ‘set’ is usually a larger work made by putting together independently-written smaller pieces. with his unforgettable reaction to the sinking of the Lusitania.
  4. Akinogrel

    Boston Symphony Orchestra; Michael Tilson Thomas, conductor. Description: on 1 side of 1 audio disc 33 1/3 rpm, stereo 12 in. Contents: The St. Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his colored regiment)--Putnam's camp, Redding, ConnecticutThe Housatonic at Stockbridge (after Robert Underwood Johnson).
  5. Samushakar

    It is time to stop picking over Charles Ives's bones in hopes of putting together yet one more realization. At his death, Ives left sketches for a Third Orchestral Set, and on this disk, James Sinclair and the Malmo Symphony present the premiere performance of the work, which was edited, realized or completed -- pick your process -- by David Gray Porter and Nørs Josephson/5(11).
  6. Kazikus

    The St. Gaudens in Boston Common (Col. Shaw and his colored regiment) --Putnam's camp, Redding, ConnFrom The Housatonic at Stockbridge, by Robert Underwood Johnson. Medium of Performance: orchestra: Series Title: Masterworks.
  7. Kajikasa

    The "St. Gaudens" In Boston Common (Col. Shaw And His Colored Regiment) Ives: 3 Places In New England - 1. To understand Ives is to understand musical Americana. Charles Ives, growing up in Danbury, CT, in the late Victorian era under the tutelage and example of his bandmaster-father George Ives, absorbed several American music traditions /5(6).
  8. Tuzahn

    Three places in New England. The St. Gaudens on Boston Common: Col. Shaw and his colored regiment ; Putnam's camp ; The Housatonic at Stockbridge --Symphony no. 3. Old foolks gathering ; Children's day ; Communion. Series Title: Mercury living presence. Responsibility: Charles Ives.

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