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Charles Ives [1994] Universe Symphony Orchestra Set 2 Unanswered Question ***FLAC Lossless***

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Name:Charles Ives [1994] Universe Symphony Orchestra Set 2 Unanswered Question ***FLAC Lossless***

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ripping.log (Size: 215.87 MB) (Files: 6)

 ripping.log

1.83 KB

 02 Orchestral Set No. 2 I - An Elegy To Our Forefather.flac

21.77 MB

 03 Orchestral Set No. 2 II - The Rockstrewn Hills Join in the People's Outdoor Meeting.flac

22.98 MB

 05 The Unanswered Question.flac

21.88 MB

 01 Universe Symphony.flac

120.31 MB

 04 Orchestral Set No. 2 III - From Hanover Square North, at the End of a Tragic Day, the Voices of the People Again Arose.flac

28.92 MB
 

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1. Universe Symphony (37:52)
Composer Charles Ives (1874 - 1954)
Conductor Gerhard Samuel
Genre 20th Century Period / Symphony
Ensemble Cincinnati College-Conservatory Percussion Ens.
Period 20th Century
Country USA
Recording Studio
Venue Corbett Auditorium, Univ. of Cincinnati
Recording Date 01/29/1994
Notes Larry Austin completed Ives' symphony for this performance. Composition written: USA (1911 - 1928).
2. Second Orchestral Set (17:51)
Composer Charles Ives (1874 - 1954)
Conductor Gerhard Samuel
Genre 20th Century Period
Date Written 1909-1915
Ensemble Cincinnati College-Conservatory Chamber Choir
Period 20th Century
Country USA
Recording Studio
Venue Corbett Auditorium, Univ. of Cincinnati
Recording Date 10/1993
3. Contemplations (2): no 1, The Unanswered Question (5:56)
Composer Charles Ives (1874 - 1954)
Conductor Gerhard Samuel
Genre 20th Century Period
Date Written 1906
Ensemble Cincinnati Philharmonia Orchestra
Period 20th Century
Country USA
Recording Studio
Venue Corbett Auditorium, Univ. of Cincinnati
Recording Date 10/1993

The Universe Symphony is an unfinished work by American classical music composer Charles Ives.

The date of composition is unknown, but he probably worked on it periodically between 1911 and 1928. Intended to be a "spatial" composition for two or more orchestras, it is in three sections:

* Part 1, "Past: Formation of the waters and mountains"
* Part 2, "Present: Earth, evolution in nature and humanity"
* Part 3, "Future: Heaven, the rise of all to the Spiritual".

He conceived the idea during the autumn of 1915 while he was staying in the Adirondacks of New York State. He left it alone until 1923, when he returned to working on it. Although he spent many years on it, many of the sketches are missing. During the 1990s there were three separate performing versions assembled, including a version by D. Porter (1993), Larry Austin (1994), and J. Reinhard (1996).

It is a complex work, using 20 independent musical lines; each moves in a separate meter, only coinciding on downbeats eight seconds apart. Ives said of it: "[it] is a striving to ... trace with tonal imprints the vastness, the evolution of all life ... from the great roots of life to the spiritual eternities, from the great inknown to the great unknown."

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