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Essays Before a Sonata. Written primarily as a preface or reason for the second pianoforte sonata-Concord, Mass. 1845" - from the description at archive. Would tag as autobiographies but seems not quite on-target. Preface? - Schissel). Though it had a definite connection to the second piano sonata, Grove Music describes this as "his most detailed statement of his aesthetics", so it has a far more general subject matter.
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The Piano Sonata No. 2, Concord, Mass. 1840–60 (commonly known as the Concord Sonata) is a piano sonata by Charles Ives. It is one of the composer's best-known and most highly regarded pieces. A typical performance of the piece lasts around 45 minutes. Some material in the Concord Sonata dates back as far as 1904, but Ives did not begin substantial work on it until around 1911 and largely completed the sonata by 1915.
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Essays Before a Sonata - Charles Ives. Introductory footnote by charles ives. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Essays Before a Sonata, by Charles Ives. This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with. almost no restrictions whatsoever. These prefatory essays were written by the composer for those who can't stand his music-and the music for those who can't stand his essays; to those who can't stand either, the whole is respectfully dedicated.
Although the sonata is not explicitly referenced in this text, the ideas of these philosophers were attempted to be integrated into Ives' famous 'Piano Sonata No. 2 Concord, Mass. This is a Librivox recording.
The Essays Before a Sonata was conceived by Ives as a preface of sorts to the composition. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Ives's musings also explore the nature of music.
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