Piano

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The Celestial Railroad  AMP  10 min.

Ives Society critical edition by Thomas Brodhead in prep.

Five Piano Pieces  MER  22 min.
  1. i. Varied Air and Variations (ed. Kirkpatrick)    
  2. ii. Study No. 22 (ed. Kirkpatrick)    
  3. iii. Study No 9: The Anti-Abolitionist Riots (ed. Cowell)    
  4. iv. Three-Page Sonata (ed. Cowell)    
  5. v. Study No. 21: Some Southpaw Pitching (ed. Cowell)    

(Mvts. i-iv are available separately)

Four Transcriptions from "Emerson"   11 min.
  1. i. Slowly    
  2. ii. Moderato    
  3. iii. Largo    
  4. iv. Allegro agitato-Broadly    

Ives Society critical edn in prep

London Bridge Is Fallen Down!  PEER  1 min.

(Burlesque Harmonization of "London Bridge") 
Ives Society critical edition by Kenneth Singleton in prep

March for Piano: The Circus Band  PEER  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition in prep 
(see also Ives's version for voice and piano, orchestrated by George F. Roberts with opt. mixed chorus; also arranged by Jonathan Elkus for symphonic band with opt. mixed chorus from Roberts's orchestration.)

March in G and C for Piano, with "See the Conquering Hero Comes"  PEER  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition in prep

March No. 2 for Piano, with "Son of a Gambolier"  PEER  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition in prep 
(see also Ives's versions for chamber orchestra and for voice and piano; arranged for concert band by Jonathan Elkus and for unison chorus and piano by Alexander Dashnaw and by Gregg Smith.)

March No. 3 For Piano, with "Omega Lambda Chi"  AMP  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition in prep 
(Ives's version for small band is edited and arranged by Keith Brion for concert band)

March No. 6 For Piano, with "Here's to Good Old Yale"  PEER  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition in prep (Also arranged by James Sinclair for marching band)

Set of Five Take-Offs   PEER  12½ min.
  1. i. The Seen and Unseen?    
  2. ii. Rough and Ready et al.    
  3. iii. Song Without (Good) Words    
  4. iv. Scene Episode    
  5. v. Bad Resolutions and Good WAN!    

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick

Sonata No. 1 for Piano   PEER  36 min.
  1. i. Adagio con moto-Andante con moto-Allegro risoluto-Adagio cantabile    
  2. iia. Allegro moderato-Andante    
  3. iib. Allegro-Meno mosso con moto ("In the Inn")    
  4. iii. Largo-Allegro-Largo    
  5. iva. --    
  6. ivb. Allegro-Presto-Slow    
  7. v. Andante maestoso-Adagio cantabile-Allegro-Andante    

Corrected edition by William Masselos, Lou Harrison, and others (1990)

Sonata No. 2 for Piano: Concord, Mass., 1840-60  AMP  43 min.
  1. i. Emerson    
  2. ii. Hawthorne    
  3. iii. The Alcotts    
  4. iv. Thoreau    

Composer's 1947 revised edn 
John Kirkpatrick's mid-1980s private edition (reconstructing the "earliest" condition of the music); available by special order from AMP).

Study No. 2: Andante moderato-Allegro molto  AMP  2½ min.

Ives Society critical edition by David Porter in prep

Study No. 5: Moderato con anima  MER  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition by Alan Mandel

Study No. 9: The Anti-Abolitionist Riots in the 1830's and 1840's  MRC  2½ min.

Edited by Henry Cowell; available separately and also in Five Piano Pieces 
(Ives Society critical edition in prep)

Study No. 20: March (Slow Allegro or Fast Andante)  MER  7 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick

Study No. 21: Some Southpaw Pitching   MRC  3 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick. 
Henry Cowell edition available in Five Piano Pieces

Study No. 22: Andante maestoso-Allegro vivace  MER  2 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick; available separately and also in Five Piano Pieces

Study No. 23: Allegro  MER  4 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick

Three Improvisations  AMP  3 min.
  1. i. No. I    
  2. ii. No. II    
  3. iii. No. III    

Ives Society critical edition, transcribed and edited by Gail and James Dapogny from the composer's original sound recording. (Improvisation No. II is now identified as the latter part of Study No. 2)

Three Places in New England (Orchestral Set No. 1)  MRC  19 min.

Arranged by Walter Horban for 2 pf 8 hd, based on 1935 chamber orchestra version (for rent only)

Three Protests   MER  2½ min.

(Excerpted from Varied Air and Variations and originally published in New Music, vol. 21/1 [now discontinued]; see notes to critical edition)

Three Quarter-Tone Pieces  CFP  11½ min.
  1. i. Largo    
  2. ii. Allegro    
  3. iii. Chorale    

2 pf  

(Chorale mvt. also realized by Alan Stout for string orchestra)

Three-Page Sonata  MRC  7 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick. 
Henry Cowell edition available separately and also in Five Piano Pieces

Varied Air and Variations  MER  7 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick and Garry Clarke; also available in Five Piano Pieces

Waltz-Rondo   AMP  7 min.

Ives Society critical edition by John Kirkpatrick and Jerrold Cox