The first comprehensive Charles Ives discography, compiled by Richard Warren, was published in 1972. In the decades following, Warren, along with staff of the Yale Collection of Historical Sound Recordings, continued documenting newly released recordings of Ives’ music. With support from the Charles Ives Society, Kevin Sherwin completed compiling the discography to include recordings until 2019, and Nicholas Brewer edited and facilitated its online publication and search functions.

This online discography is a comprehensive and searchable list, presented in order of the table of contents listed below. For each composition, recordings are listed in chronological order. The table of contents is based on the structure of James Sinclair’s A Descriptive Catalogue of the Music of Charles Ives, which reflects the current catalogue of recordings of Charles Ives’ music. For more detailed explanations of the discography’s compilation and use of this website, please see the above links to the Preface and Usage Guide.


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Recording Date/Location Performing Artists Record Label, Release Number, Format, Release Year Album Names Additional Recording Notes
POSTLUDE IN F (I-B-1) (41)
February and May 1990, Sprague Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Orchestra New England; James Sinclair, conductor Koch 3-7025-2, CD (1990). The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives
June 2-6, 2003, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA. "The President's Own" United States Marine Band; Timothy W. Foley, director USMB CD-19, CD (2003). Naxos 8.570559, CD (2007). Charles Ives's America. Charles Ives: Variations on 'America' - Old Home Days - 'The Alcotts’.
June 19-21, 2007, Konsertsalen, Malmö, Sweden. Malmö Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Chorus; James Sinclair, conductor Naxos 8.559370, CD (2009). Charles Ives: Holiday Symphony (excerpts) - The General Slocum - Overture in G Minor
ca. 2008 President's Own United States Marine Band; Frederick Fennell Altissimo ALT70512, CD (2008). President's Own United States Marine Band: Live in Concert
February 10-13, 2010, Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, San Antonio, TX Westwood High School Symphony Orchestra; Susan K. Williams, conductor Mark Records 8771-MCD, CD (2013). 2010 Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA): High School Honor Full Orchestra Westwood High School Symphony Orchestra
April 24, 2016, Van Meter Hall, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY Western Kentucky University Wind Ensemble; Gary Schallert, conductor Mark Records 52287-MCD, CD (2017). Of Our New Day Begun
RUNAWAY HORSE ON MAIN STREET (I-D-9 (instrumental), VI-B-45-d) (55 (instrumental), 340 (voice))
June 2-6, 2003, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA. "The President's Own" United States Marine Band; Timothy W. Foley, director USMB CD-19, CD (2003). Naxos 8.570559, CD (2007). Charles Ives's America. Charles Ives: Variations on 'America' - Old Home Days - 'The Alcotts'.
ca. 1940s?, Lamar State College of Technology Symphonic Band, Beaumont, Texas Lamar State College of Technology Symphonic Band; Charles A. Wiley, conductor; William E. Rhoads, transcriber Educational Record Reference Library BP-125, 33.3 RPM Band Program 25
November 24, 1964, Columbia Auditorium, Louisville, KY. The Louisville Orchestra; Robert Whitney, conductor The Louisville Orchestra LOU651 (Matrix: XTV96254), 33.3 RPM (1965). Variations on America
ca. 1966 Ohio All-State High School Orchestra; Bernard Goodman, conductor Century Records 23359, 33.3 RPM (1966). 1966 Ohio All-State High School Orchestra
January 31, 1966, Orchestra Hall, Chicago, IL. Chicago Symphony Orchestra; Morton Gould, conductor RCA Victor LM2893 (Matrix: SRRM6078), 33.3 RPM (1966). RCA Victor LSC2893 (Matrix: SRRS6080), stereo 33.3 RPM (1966). RCA Victor FTC2221, stereo tape; 7i/2 i.p.s.; 4track (1967). RCA Victor TR35011, stereo tape; 33/4 i.p.s.; 4track (1967). R.C.A. RB6687 & SB6687, stereo 33.3 RPM (1967, England). RCA ARL2-1421, 33.3 RPM (1975). BMG Classics 60206-2-EG, CD (1990). Orchestral set no. 2 - Putnam's camp, Redding, Connecticut - Robert Browning overture - A Treasury of Great American Favorites. The Chicago Symphony: The Centennial Collection.
May 6, 1968, Town Hall, Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor Sony Classical SBK-63034, CD (1997). Sony Classical SBK-87967, CD (2003). Sony Classical 88985348242, CD (2016). American Masterpieces. Amerikanische Meisterwerke.
May 8, 1968, Philadelphia, PA. The Philadelphia Orchestra; Eugene Ormandy, conductor Columbia MS7289 (Matrix: XXSM-139860), stereo 33.3 RPM (1969). (in a collection entitled: America) C.B.S. SBRG72683, stereo 33.3 RPM (1968, England). Silver Burdett Records P10 14081, 33.3 RPM (1978). Sony Classical B003JH0LAU, CD (2010). America. Silver Burdett Music, Book 1.
March 15, 1970, Bailey Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell University Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor, with tape prepared by the composer in cooperation with R. A. Moog Century Custom Recording Service CUWE-7, 33.3 RPM (1971). Cornell Wind Ensemble As Heard on the Jingle Jangle Morning in Emerson Playground by You and the Signers of the United States Constitution (and Who Knows, Maybe the F.B.I.), by David Borden, which incorporates portions of the Ives work arranged for wind ensemble.
ca. 1973 All Eastern Division Band, Music Educators National Conference; Donald Hunsberger, conductor Vogt Quality Recordings CSRV 2373, 33.3 RPM (1973). All-Eastern M.E.N.C. Concert: Biennial Conference 1973
ca. 1975, New Jersey New Jersey All-State Symphonic Band; Larry Livingston, conductor Silver Crest NJ21675, 33.3 RPM (1975). 1975 Thirty-Sixth Annual High School New Jersey All-State Wind Ensemble
April 15, 1975, New York City, NY Andre Kostelanetz, conductor Columbia MG-33728, 33.3 RPM (1976). Spirit of '76
May 6-7, 1975, Royce Hall, University of California, Los Angeles Los Angeles Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta, conductor Decca SXL 6753, 33.3 RPM (1976). Symphony No. 2 (orchestrated by William Schumann)
September 1977, Symphony Hall, Boston, MA Boston Pops Orchestra; Arthur Fieldler London SPC-21178, 33.3 RPM (1978, England). Decca PFS-4426, 33.3 RPM (1978). Arthur Fiedler: The Boston Pops Orchestra. Fiedler Encores: Arthur Fiedler conducting the Boston Pops Orchestra
1978, Symphony Hall, Boston, MA. Boston Pops Orchestra; Arthur Fiedler London Records SPC 21178 (1978). Phillips 454391-2, CD (1996). Deutsche Grammophon 477 6115, CD (2007). Decca 4786769, CD (2014). Decca 4787146, CD (2014). Decca 4820555, CD (2014). Arthur Fiedler: The Boston Pops Orchestra. The Arthur Fiedler Legacy. Music for Memorial Day.
November 8-11, 1983, New England Conservatory, Boston, MA The Conservatory Wind Ensemble; Frank Battisti, conductor New England Conservatory NEC-122, 33.3 RPM (1983). Charles Ives: New England Conservatory, November 8-11, 1983
September 12, 1985, Jones Hall, Houston, TX. Houston Symphony; Sergiu Comissiona, conductor Pro-arte SPL 263, 33.3 RPM (1986). Pro-arte CDD-263, CD (1986). Celebrate America
September 16, 1986, Music Hall, Cincinatti, OH. Cincinatti Pops Orchestra; Erich Kunzel, conductor Telarc CD-80144, CD (1988). American Jubilee
October 29, 1986, Woolsey Hall, New Haven, CT Yale University Concert Band, Connecticut High School Liberty Band; Thomas C. Duffy, conductor Yale Concert Band Self-Published, 33.3 RPM (1986).
ca. 1987 United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Band; Major Lowell E. Graham, conductor Altissimo! 75442270542 MC-20837, 33.3 RPM (1987). We the People arr. Rhoads, Schuman
January 1991, Barbican Theatre, London, England, UK. London Symphony Brass; Eric Crees (arranger, director) Collins Classics 12882, CD (1991). Regis RRC-1209, CD (year unlisted). London Symphony Brass. Brass Americana: London Symphony Brass.
January 1991, Powell Symphony Hall, St. Louis, MO. Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor RCA Victor 60778-2-RC, CD (1991). RCA Victor 09026-61222-2, CD (1992). RCA Victor 09026-61545-2, CD (1993). Symphony No. 3 - The Unanswered Question - Three Places in New England
November 14-16, 1991, Avery Fisher Hall, New York, NY. New York Philharmonic, Kurt Masur, conductor Teldec 9031-74007-2, CD (1992). Brahms: Haydn Variations - Reger: Mozart Variations - Ives/Schuman: Variations on America
October 15, 1991, Seattle Opera House, Seattle, WA. Seattle Symphony; Gerard Schwarz, conductor Delos DE 3115, CD (1992). Naxos American Classics 8.559708, CD (2010). Naxos 8.505228, CD (2010). A Tribute to William Schuman. William Schuman: Symphony No. 8.
July 25-28, 1994, Corbett Auditorium, Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Cincinatti, OH. Cincinnati Wind Symphony; Eugene Corporon, conductor Klavier KCD-11060, CD (1995). American Variations
June 20-21, 1994, Norton Center, Centre College, Danville, KY. Summit Brass Summit Records DCD-171, CD (1994). Paving the Way: Summit Brass
ca. 1997 Rekkenze Brass: Debra Luttrell, horn; René Jampen, trombone; Gary Ritson, trumpet; Peter Knudsvig, trumpet; Rainer Streit, tuba Fono 2000 FCD 20002, CD (1997). America
ca. 1998 Mikael Beier, flute; Vibeke Franck, harp; Gert von Bülow, cello; Flemming Dreisig, organ Danacord DACOCD 668, CD (1998). Tågen Letter: Largo - Toccata
May 30-31, 2000, Poole Arts Centre, UK. Philip Quint, violin; Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, José Serebrier, conductor Naxos 8.559083, CD (2001). Naxos 8.559147, CD (2002). Naxos 9.50098, CD (2010). William Schuman: Violin Concerto
ca. 2001 The United States Coast Guard Band; Commander Lewis J. Buckley, director Altissimo ALT55702, CD (2001). USCG-93005, CD (2007). Altissimo 75442259882, CD (2013). Altissimo 75442203072, CD (2014). Altissimo 75442203082, CD (2014). Always Ready. Americana. American Classics for Veterans Day.
ca. 2001 Schwyzer Kantonal Blasorchester Liverpool Record DMR 66 (2001). Schwyzer Kantonal Blasorchester arr. William E. Rhodes for Wind Band
May 12-15, 2001, Bennett Auditorium, The University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, MS. The Sax-Chamber Orchestra; Lawrence Gwozdz, conductor Roméo Records 7215, CD (2001). America Remembers
20, 26, 27 January 2002, Public Radio WPLN, Nashville, Tennessee The Brass Arts Quintet: Raquel Rodriquez and Chris McCormick, trumpets; Greg Danner, horn; Jesse Chavez, tuba; Joshua Hauser, trombone Mark Records 4365-MCD, CD (2013). Shazam!
September 6-10, 2002, Iowa Western Community College, Council Bluffs, Iowa USAF Heartland of America Band; Major Kelly G. Bledsoe, conductor United States Air Force Self-Released (2003). Land of the Free
June 2-6, 2003, Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall, Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria, VA. "The President's Own" United States Marine Band; Colonel Timothy W. Foley. USMB CD-19, CD (2003). Naxos 8.570559, CD (2007). Charles Ives's America. Charles Ives: Variations on 'America' - Old Home Days - 'The Alcotts'.
ca. 2003 The Texas A&M University Symphonic Band; Timothy Rhea, conductor Mark MASTER 4816, CD (2003). Wind Band Masterworks Volume I
ca. 2004 Columbus State University Wind Ensemble; Robert W. Rumbelow, conductor Summit Education 397, CD (2004). Masterworks of the 20th Century
February 4-7, 2009 Kentucky All-State Symphonic Band; Stephen Peterson, conductor 8172-MCD, CD (2009). 2009 Kentucky Music Educators Association 51st Annual In-Service Conference
ca. 2009 Spirit of America Band; Ray E. Cramer, conductor Paraclete Records 01, CD (2009). Make His Praise Glorious
ca. 2010 2010 TMEA All-State 4A Symphonic Band; Stephen Peterson, conductor Mark Custom Recording (number unlisted), CD (2010). 2010 TMEA All-State 4A Symphonic Band (arr. W. Damrosch for wind ensemble)
December 4-5, 2010 New York All-State Symphonic Band; Stephen Peterson, conductor Mark Records 9311-MCD, CD (2010). 75th Annual Winter Conference 2010 All-State Concerts
ca. 2011 Onyx Brass: Niall Keatley, trumpet; Alan Thomas, trumpet; Andrew Sutton, horn; Amos Miller, trombone; David Gordon-Shute, tuba Meridian CDE84603, CD (2011). Time to Time: American Masters and New British Voices
ca. 2011 USAF Heritage of America Band; Douglas Monroe, conductor Altissimo 75442261812, CD (2011). Heritage to Horizons
ca. 2011 United States Air Force Tactical Air Command Band; Lowell Graham, conductor Altissimo 75442270542, CD (2011). We the People
ca. 2011 United States Air Force Reserve Band; N. Alan Clark, conductor Altissimo 75442270132, CD (2011). American Hero: A Dedication to Brigadier General Robert L. Scott