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Ives: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4, The Unanswered Question & Central Park in the Dark

Release date: 08 Jan 2016, SSM1009

Artists

David Gordon, Seattle Symphony Chorale, Seattle Symphony Orchestra, Ludovic Morlot, Julia Tai, Stilian Kirov, David Alexander Rahbee

Composers

Charles Ives

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Charles Ives: Symphony No. 4 71:42  
I. Prelude. Maestoso [Live] 03:27  
II. Comedy. Allegretto [Live] 12:07  
III. Fugue. Andante moderato con moto [Live] 06:39  
V. Very Slowly - Largo maestoso [Live] 08:59  
The Unanswered Question (Revised Version) 06:50  
Central Park in the Dark 11:22  
I. Old Folks Gatherin' 07:41  
II. Children's Day 06:50  
III. Communion 07:47  
 

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A momentous release, as Morlot and the Seattle Symphony follow their acclaimed recording of Ives’ Symphony No. 2 with the next installment that includes four of the composer’s greatest works. The rarely recorded Symphony No. 4 is a haunting summation of American musical styles, and one of the masterpieces of American music. It receives here a live performance of staggering authority and eloquence that brings Ives’ multi-layered sonic canvas to new life. Recorded alongside Symphony No. 3 and Ives’ two most beloved short orchestral works, this release is engineered to audiophile standards and set to be an authoritative voice among recordings of Ives’ discography.

Ives: Symphonies Nos. 3 & 4, The Unanswered Question & Central Park in the Dark

Category Orchestral

Period Early 20th

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