114 Songs (Ives, Charles)



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Editor First edition
Publisher. Info. Redding, Conn.: C. E. Ives, n.d.(1922).
Reprinted (#29684) New York: Associated Music Publishers, 1975.
Misc. Notes (#29684) Bookmarked by song.
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LXIV. The Cage

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Publisher. Info. Redding, Conn.: C. E. Ives, n.d.(1922).
Reprinted New York: New Music Edition Corporation, n.d.[1932].
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LXXXVIII. A Night Song

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Publisher. Info. New York: Peer International Corporation, 1952.
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General Information

Work Title 114 Songs
Alternative. Title
Composer Ives, Charles
I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. No. None [force assignment]
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 114 pieces
  1. Majority
  2. Evening
  3. The Last Reader
  4. At Sea
  5. Immortality
  6. The New River
  7. Discosure
  8. The Rainbow
  9. (a) Duty
    (b) Vita
  10. Charlie Rutlage
  11. Lincoln the Great Commoner
  12. Remembrance
  13. Resolution
  14. The Indians
  15. The Housatonic at Stockbridge
  16. Religion
  17. Grantchester
  18. Incantation
  19. The Greatest Man
  20. Hymn
  21. Luck and Work
  22. "Nov. 2, 1920"
  23. Maple Leaves
  24. Premonitions
  25. Ann Street
  26. Like a Sick Eagle
  27. The Swimmers
  28. On the Counter
  29. The See'r
  30. From "Paracelsus,"
  31. Walt Whitman
  32. The Side-Show
  33. Cradle-Song
  34. La Fede
  35. August
  36. September
  37. December
  38. The Collection
  39. Afterglow
  40. The Innate
  41. "123,"
  42. Serenity
  43. The Things Our Fathers Loved
  44. Watchman
  45. At The River
  46. His Exaltation
  47. The Camp-Meeting
  48. Thoreau
  49. In Flanders Fields
  50. He is There!
  51. Tom Sails Away
  52. Old Home Day
  53. In the Alley
  54. A Song of a Gambolier
  55. Down East
  56. The Circus Band
  57. Mists
  58. Evidence
  59. Tolerance
  60. Autumn
  61. Nature's Way
  62. The Waiting Soul
  63. Those Evening Bells
  64. The Cage
  65. Spring Song
  66. The Light that is Felt
  67. Walking
  68. Ilmenau (Over All the Treetops)
  69. Rough Wind
  70. Mirage
  71. There is a Lane
  72. Tarrant Moss
  73. Harpalus
  74. The Children's Hour
  75. I Travelled Among Unknown Men
  76. Qu'il M'irait bien
  77. Elegie
  78. Chanson de Florian
  79. Rosamunde
  80. Weil' auf mir
  81. The Old Mother [Die alte Mutter]
  82. In Summerfields [Feldeinsamkeit]
  83. Ich Grolle Nicht
  84. Night of Frost in May (From)
  85. Dreams
  86. Omens and Oracles
  87. An Old Flame
  88. A Night Song
  89. A Song — For Anything
  90. The World's Highway
  91. Karen
  92. Marie
  93. Berceuse
  94. Where the Eagle
  95. Allegro
  96. Romanzo (di Central Park)
  97. The South Wind
  98. Naught that Country
  99. Forward into the Light
  100. A Christmas Carol
  101. My Native Land
  102. Memories:
    (a) Very Pleasant
    (b) Rather Sad
  103. The White Gulls (From the Russian)
  104. Two Little Flowers
  105. West London (A Sonnet)
  106. Amphion
  107. A Night Thought
  108. Songs My Mother Taught Me
  109. Waltz
  110. The World's Wanderers
  111. Canon
  112. To Edith
  113. When Stars are in the Quiet Skies
  114. Slow March
First Publication. 1922
Copyright Information Possibly public domain in EU and other 70 pma countries.
This item, which is in the public domain in its country of origin, is likewise in the public domain in countries which apply the rule of the shorter term. All EU countries apply the rule of the shorter term in general.
Note that in some cases this rule may be overridden by a treaty with the source country (especially the United States) and/or may not apply to works which fell into the public domain in their source country due to a failure to renew copyright or comply with other formalities.
Librettist Various
Language English/French/German
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Early 20th century
Piece Style Early 20th century
Instrumentation Voice and Piano
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