6 edition of Charles Ives and Aaron Copland - A Listener"s Guide found in the catalog.
November 1, 2004
by Amadeus Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Charles Ives (Composer), Aaron Copland (Composer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||224|
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Copland and Ives: A Listener's Guide explains why we still listen with admiration to the work of these men, and how their personalities and the era in which they lived affected their music. The accompanying CD includes a sampling of their music from masterworks such as Appalachian Spring and The Unanswered Question to less common gems.
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Daniel Felsenfeld and Charles Ives and Aaron Copland Charles Ives and Aaron Copland: A Listener's Guide (Parallel Lives) Amadeus Press, ; ISBN ; pages Charles Ives and Aaron Copland are two composers whose works define what is now considered to be the "American sound" in classical music.
Though they couldn’t have been more. Where was Aaron Copland born. Brooklyn, New York. Country Band March is arranged for. wind band. Copland wrote music about which part of the United States and its culture.
the Far West and rural life. The source of inspiration for Charles Ives's music was. Charles Ives ()was the first, and still probably the greatest, composer of a distinctly American art ("classical") music.
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What was his - Served as a direct source of inspiration and guidance for Charles Ives (and inspired him to pursue music outside musical institutions) (bestseller book, What to Listen For in Music, ). Music and Imagination Volume 22 of A Harvard paperback, ISSN American studies collection C.
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Charles Ives and Aaron Copland ar American _____ composers nationalistic Aaron Copland sought to embrace __________, but in a more audience accessible language.
Aaron Copland’s Quiet City begins with primal open intervals (fourths and fifths) which seem to emerge from a vast, wide-open landscape.
The expansive pandiatonicism of these opening bars—something similar to what we hear in the opening of Appalachian Spring—gives us a sense of floating harmonic ambiguity, timelessness, and infinite possibilities.
Aaron Copland was born in _____. Multiple Choice Anatevka, Russia the Appalachian mountains writing books and magazine articles. all answers are correct.
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Copland's ballet Billy the Kid was composed to be a portrayal of Pennsylvanian life. false, it portrayed American rural life One of Ives's best-known works for piano is _____.Aaron Copland has 83 books on Goodreads with ratings.
Aaron Copland’s most popular book is What to Listen for in Music. Judith Tick is a high-profile music historian who writes about American music, particularly early modernism, and women's history. Among her publications are books and articles about Aaron Copland, Charles Ives, and in particular, the prize-winning biography of the American composer, Ruth Crawford Seeger: A Composer's Search for American Music (OUP ).