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PCS 3 The music of Charles Ives, 1971 (1.0 reel-to-reel; 1 sound tape reel : analog, 7 1/2 ips ; 12 in.)

Notes: Concert presented by the Department of Music, University of Pittsburgh. "In honor of Thoreau Week"--program. Program inserted in container. Recording of last work incomplete. Recorded October 12, 1971, Frick Fine Arts Auditorium, University of Pittsburgh.

Contents: Thoreau (1915); On the antipodes (1915-23); Songs based on hymn tunes. Watchman (1913) ; At the river (1916) ; General William Booth enters into Heaven (1914); From the steeples and the mountains (1901); Three songs of the war (1917). In Flanders Fields ; He is there ; Tom sails away ; First violin sonata (1903-08); Thoreau. Fourth movement of the second piano sonata: Concord, Mass., 1840-1860 (1909-15).

Performers: Mary Ann Doody, soprano ; Julia Lerner, mezzo-soprano ; David Dreher, tenor ; Thomas Dean, bass ; Mara Dvonch, violin ; Bernard Goldberg, flute ; Gregory Pascuzzi, trumpet ; Robert Lee Kidd III, trombone ; Frank McCarty, Dennis Kahle, percussion ; Norris Stephens, organ ; Don Beikman, Marvin Tartak, piano ; Edmund Williams, conductor.

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