The Music of Charles Ives Philip Lambert

ISBN: 9780300105346

Published: August 11th 1997

Paperback

256 pages


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The Music of Charles Ives  by  Philip Lambert

The Music of Charles Ives by Philip Lambert
August 11th 1997 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 256 pages | ISBN: 9780300105346 | 4.31 Mb

Using modes of analysis for post-tonal music and approaches devised specifically for the study of Ives as well, the author explains the origin, evolution, and culmination of Ivess systematic methods. He discusses important aspects of the composersMoreUsing modes of analysis for post-tonal music and approaches devised specifically for the study of Ives as well, the author explains the origin, evolution, and culmination of Ivess systematic methods. He discusses important aspects of the composers early training, the relation between Ivess experimental and his concert music, Ivess fugal and canonic techniques as the basis for his systematic music, his paradigms of procedure and transformation, and pitch relations in Ivess music, particularly the unfinished Universe Symphony.

Lambert refutes the popular image of Ives as a highly eccentric composer haphazardly casting about for arbitrary regulated ways of generating musical material and instead portrays him as a keenly determined and resourceful artist who gradually discovered ever more powerful tools for creating remarkably original music.



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