Charles Ives knew the many different kinds of music that were played in New England when he was growing up the symphonies of Beethoven and Brahms, marches played by the band on the village green, hymn tunes, minstrel show numbers, revival meeting Gospel songs, sentimental parlor ballads, and the songs of the musical theatre.All of this music can be found in his own, not simply quoted and certainly not plagiarized, but transmuted into something peculiarly Ivesian.Many singles in North carolina are waiting to meet you! Totally free online dating service for North carolina Singles meet at a Free
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For to Charles Ives, the various categories of music were not pigeonholes whose purpose was to separate one kind of music from another. Ives recalled his father's attempts to notate the chords he heard in thunderclaps, and he wrote once, "Thoreau was a great musician, not because he played the flute, but because he did not have to go to Boston to hear 'the Symphony'." The composer's goal was to find the authentic and the true in human experience and express it musically.
This did not necessarily result in what Ives witheringly called "nice" music, the music composed by and for "old ladies of both sexes." He sought "substance," which he prized far more than "manner." "Manner," to Ives, was roughly equivalent to "technique," that which can be learned and polished and finished academically, something that can be "right" or "wrong." But "substance" was more mysterious and indescribable; it "suggests the body of a conviction which has its birth in the spiritual consciousness, whose youth is nourished in the moral consciousness, and whose maturity as a result of all this growth is then represented in a mental image." Ives had formal training as a composer at Yale, with Horatio Parker, then one of the leading composers of the big oratorio style (his best-known work, Hora novissima, was, of all large American choral works, the most widely played here and in Europe) in short, a master of "manner." But Parker was quite unable to take Ives's most original work seriously.
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