Ives


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United States composer noted for his innovative use of polytonality (1874-1954)

United States lithographer who (with his partner Nathaniel Currier) produced thousands of prints signed 'Currier & Ives' (1824-1895)

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Be warned, Governor -- beware Jeanne Ives in March.
Although in 18th place in the league St Ives are only three points behind Merthyr.
Sinclair (A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives [New Haven, CT: Yale University' Press, 1999]).
St Ives has agreed to acquire Solstice, on a cash and debt free basis, for GBP 24.
As part of the legion's "Every Man Remembered" campaign, the St Ives branch will commemorate Matthew on the 100th anniversary of his death.
If the Time mirror dares the Dude to see a bit of his namesake's achieving spirit in himself, the starkly beautiful cover of Paul's book, designed by Alex DeArmond, challenges you to see some of yourself in Charles Ives.
The display explores the wider national and international contexts that shaped art in St Ives and brings together significant loans from public and private collections in the UK and abroad.
Ives will be responsible for leading wywy's sales and business development efforts in the U.
Although the 2015 publication is not due to be released until later in the year, St Ives Chambers has been noti-fied that 18 members have been selected as leaders in their field in the UK Bar Guide.
St Ives expects that the deal will add to its earnings in the current financial year.
North Eastern traffic commissioner Kevin Rooney ruled that Mr Ives had "lost his repute and professional competence" and was also unfit to work as a transport manager.
Since Leonard Bernstein declared him "our first really great composer," Charles Ives (1874-1954) has been portrayed variously as "an American pioneer of musical modernism," "a symbol of American freedom," "a victim of the sociosexual mores of Gilded Age American culture, "the patriarch of a line of maverick composers," and even "the perpetrator of one of the greatest musical hoaxes of all times.
Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888) and James Merritt Ives (1824-1895) were publishers, not artists.
From my point of view, it was all pro-Constitution, pro-America," Ives said of the group, which appears to be defunct.
Figure 1 shows a list of complete works by Ives that contain horn.