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Synonyms for Ives

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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If the European business can stay on track, Ives said Europe can help offset weakness in Tesla's China business.
The song is less than a minute long, yet even in a few seconds Ives manages to paint a vivid picture of the pond in his hometown of Danbury, Connecticut, and what it was like when his father would stand on its banks and play his cornet so the two of them could listen to the sound of the instrument travel through the air.
Ives, who is based out of Washington, has more than 20 years of insurance experience.
Still, there was the famous St Ives School of Painting and the town was a Mecca for painters and St Ives art historian David Tovey with the original of Nigel's painting and accommodation at Una, below potters so perhaps we were in with a chance.
Because the walk had stolen a lot more time than anticipated, we were unable to have our planned tea and cakes at St Ives popular Cafe Art in the Drill Hall Centre and view its latest monthly art exhibition, but there was an email from art historian David.
In addition, St Ives has retained the freehold to Clays' operating site in Bungay, UK, which Clays will continue leasing from the Group on a long-term basis.
Our pre-booked car, from the excellent Cornwall Car Hire Company, got us swiftly to St Ives. And just five hours after leaving home, we were paddling in the sea on the private Blue Flag beach of The Carbis Bay Hotel and Estate, our base for the first cobbles two nights.
Ives's orchestration notes indicate that he may have intended to score some of his songs for creative chamber ensembles of unusual instrumental combinations.
Charles Ives Melbourne Symphony Orchestra/DavisINNOVATOR of genius, wilful eccentric or a leg-pulling musical Mark Twain?
The fourth word of Stephen Budiansky's new Charles Ives biography is "diabetes." Fittingly so, since that disease is the centerpiece of the "significant new information" that is touted in the book's publicity blurbs and that colors the final three chapters of Budiansky's highly enjoyable book.
ON behalf of The Royal British Legion in St Ives, Cambridgeshire, I'm trying to trace descendants of Driver Matthew J.
Charles Ives in the Mirror: American Histories of an Iconic Composer, David C.
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