Discography

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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
TONE ROADS ET AL. (three were planned or written; numbers 1 & 3 exist) (I-C-34) (49)
December 2-6, 1991, Saal der Deutschen Bank, Frankfurt, Germany. Ensemble Modern; Ingo Metzmacher EMI 0777 7 54552 2 9, CD (1992). EMI 50999 2 06631 2 4, CD (2008). A Portrait of Charles Ives. Charles Ives: Songs, Orchestral Sets, From the Steeples and the Mountains. (No. 1 and 3)
November 1992, St. Paul's Cathedral, Grosse Pointe, MI. Detroit Chamber Winds and Friends; H. Robert Reynolds, conductor Koch 3-7182-2H1, CD (1993). Remembrance: A Charles Ives Collection (No. 1 and 3)
WHEN THE MOON IS ON THE WAVE
see INCANTATION and SET NO. 1: vi.
COUNTRY BAND MARCH (I-C-14) (36)
March 13, 1974, 7:30PM-12AM, Sprague Memorial Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT Yale Theater Orchestra; James Sinclair, conductor Columbia M-32969, 33.3 RPM (1974). Old Songs Deranged: Music for Theater Orchestra
ca. 1975 Capital University Symphonic Wind Ensemble; Richard J. Suddendorf, conductor Silver Crest OM-75-19, 33.3 RPM (1975). MENC North Central and Southwestern Divisions: Getting Together (arranged by James Sinclair)
March 9, 1975, Alice Statler Auditorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor Cornell Univerity Wind Ensemble CUWE-17, 33.3 RPM (1969). Cornell Wind Ensemble
ca. Summer 1975, Hartford, Connecticut Hartt Summer Youth Band (1975); Donald A. Mattran, conductor HCO-92575, 33.3 RPM (1975).
ca. 1976, New Jersey Central Jersey Region II Wind Ensemble; Richard Castiglione, conductor AMP Recordings AMP 7612, 33.3 RPM (1976). Central Jersey Region II Bands: American Revolution Bicentennial 1776-1976
ca. 1979, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colorado University of Northern Colorado Wind Ensemble Wind Ensemble; Eugene Corporon Audicom Corporation KM3718, 33.3 RPM (1979). New Directions
ca. 1985, Netherlands Music Group De Ereprijs BV Haast Records BVHAAST 062, 33.3 RPM (Netherlands, 1985). Muziekgroup "De Ereprijs"
March, 24-25, 1987, Fumon Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra; Frederick Fennell, conductor KOCD-3562, 33.3 RPM (1989). Kosei Publishing Company KOCD-3562, CD (?). Kosei Publishing Company KOCD-2407, CD (2000). Symphonic Songs for Band, American Band Classics
February and May 1990, Sprague Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT. Orchestra New England; James Sinclair, conductor Koch 3-7025-2, CD (1990). Koch 3-7233-2, CD (1994). The Orchestral Music of Charles Ives. American Portraits.
June 8, 13, 1990, Symphony Hall, Osaka, Japan. Eastman Wind Ensemble; Donald Hunsberger, conductor Sony SK-47198, CD (1992). Live in Osaka
ca. 1991 Wind Symphony of California State University, Long Beach; Larry Curtis, conductor Digital Brothers (number unlisted), CD (1991). Wind Symphony of California State University, Long Beach
November 30, 1995, and November 20 and 29, 1996, Fine Arts Center Concert Hall, University of Massachusetts, MA. University of Massachusetts/Amherst Wind Ensemble; Malcolm W. Rowell, Jr., conductor Albany TROY-206, CD (1996). Tears: Khachaturian, Grainger, Ives, Copland, Wilson, Maslanka, Ticheli
January 26, 1998, DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC. The President's Own‚ United States Marine Band; Leonard Slatkin, conductor United States Marine Band Self-Released, CD (1998). Altissimo 75442262022, CD (2011). The Bicentennial Collection, Vol. 9
June 19, 20, 2000, All Saints Church, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Northern Sinfonia; James Sinclair, conductor Naxos 8.559087, CD (2003). Naxos 8558164-65, CD (2005). Charles Ives: Symphony No. 3, Washington’s Birthday and Other Works
ca. 2000, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida University of Florida Wind Symphony; David A. Waybright, conductor Mark Records 3181-MCD, CD (2000). Symphonies, Circuses and Songs
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'.
May 6-7, 2005, Studio 7, New Broadcasting House, Manchester, England, UK. Royal Northern College of Music Wind Orchestra; Clark Rundell, director Chandos 10367, CD (2006). Experiments on a March
ca. 2007 Genkin Philharmonic; Jon Nelson, director and arranger 8Bells 56454-CD 02D, CD (2007). Genkin Philharmonic
ca. 2012 James E. Taylor High School Symphony Orchestra; George F. Engelmann, conductor Mark Records 9683-MCD, CD (2012). 2011 Midwest Clinic: James E. Taylor High School Symphony Orchestra
July 12-18, 2015, San Jose, California University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wind Ensemble; John Climer, conductor Mark Records 51878-MCD, CD (2015). WASBE 2015 University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Wind Ensemble
DANBURY FAIR MARCH
see MARCH NO. 5
INTERCOLLEGIATE MARCH
see MARCH NO. 5
MARCH "INTERCOLLEGIATE," WITH "ANNIE LISLE" (I-D-5, III-B-10) (54 [ensemble], 112 [piano])
see MARCH NO. 5
MARCH in F and C, WITH "OMEGA LAMBDA CHI" (I-D-6, III-B-6) (53 [ensemble], 111 [piano])
February 15 & 17, 1975, Columbia Records 30th St. Studio, New York City, NY The Incredible Columbia All-Star Band; Gunther Schuller, conductor Columbia XM-33513, LP (1975). Footlifters: A Century of American Marches
March 9, 1975, Alice Statler Auditorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor Cornell Univerity Wind Ensemble CUWE-17, 33.3 RPM (1969). Cornell Wind Ensemble
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. Variations on 'America'. (Edited by Keith Brion)
March 29-30, 2004, Sonic Temple, Roslindale, MA. Donald Berman, piano New World Records 80618, CD (2004). The Unknown Ives: Premiere Recordings of Unpublished Works and New Critical Editions, Volume 2
MARCH NO. 3 in F and C (I-C-5) (30)
April 3, 1974, 7:30PM-10:30PM, Sprague Memorial Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT Yale Theater Orchestra; James Sinclair, conductor Columbia M-32969, 33.3 RPM (1974). Old Songs Deranged: Music for Theater Orchestra
MARCH NO. 3, WITH “MY OLD KENTUCKY HOME” (I-C-6) (31)
May 7, 1991, Powell Symphony Hall, St. Louis, MO. St. Louis Symphony Orchestra; Leonard Slatkin, conductor RCA Victor 09026-61222-2, CD (1992). Musical Heritage Society 513954T, CD (1995). Symphony No. 3 - The Unanswered Question - Three Places in New England. Symphony No. 3.
November 1992, St. Paul's Cathedral, Grosse Pointe, MI. Detroit Chamber Winds and Friends; H. Robert Reynolds, conductor Koch 3-7182-2H1, CD (1993). Remembrance: A Charles Ives Collection (With Old Kentucky Home)
MARCH NO. 5 or MARCH "INTERCOLLEGIATE" (for brass band) (I-D-5) (54)
March 31, 1943, New York City, NY. Columbia Concert Orchestra; Bernard Herrmann, conductor Yale Charles Ives Non-Commercial Sound Recordings 39002038371465, 78 RPM Test Pressing. Recorded from WABC broadcast. (probably arranged by conductor)
March 9, 1969, Bailey Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell University Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor Century Custom Recording Service C.U.W.E.-2 (Matrix: 34-FV-35708-1 ST), stereo 33.3 RPM (1971). Cornell Wind Ensemble
1974, possibly Jordan Hall, New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, MA Members of the New England Conservatory Wind Ensemble; Frank Battisti, conductor New England Conservatory NEC-111, 33.3 RPM (1975). Be Glad, Then, America!: A Bicentennial Recording: The New England Conservatory Celebrates Our American Musical Heritage.
ca. 1975 1975 Florida Junior College All-State College Band; Dr. W. J. Julian, conductor Silver Crest FLJC1975, 33.3 RPM (1975). 1975 Florida All-State Junior College All-State Chorus - Band - String Ensemble
February 15 & 17, 1975, Columbia Records 30th St. Studio, New York City, NY The Incredible Columbia All-Star Band; Gunther Schuller, conductor Columbia XM-33513, LP (1975). Footlifters: A Century of American Marches
ca. 1983, University Centre, University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada University of Victoria Wind Symphony; Jesse Read, conductor University of Victoria Self-Released, 33.3 RPM (1984). University of Victoria Wind Symphony / 1983-1984
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'.
March 29-30, 2004, Sonic Temple, Roslindale, MA. Donald Berman, piano New World Records 80618, CD (2004). The Unknown Ives: Premiere Recordings of Unpublished Works and New Critical Editions, Volume 2
ca. 2006 United States Air Force Band of the Golden West; Douglas Monroe, conductor Altissimo 75442260332, CD (2006). An American Celebration
February 8-11, 2017 China Spring Wind Ensemble; Pam Hyatt, director Mark Records 52824-MCD, CD (2017). 2017 Texas Music Educators Association Clinic/Convention
MARCHQUICK STEP
see MARCH NO. 5
OVERTURE AND MARCH 1776 (I-C-18) (24)
March 13, 1974, 7:30PM-12AM), Sprague Memorial Hall, Yale University, New Haven, CT Yale Theater Orchestra; James Sinclair, conductor Columbia M-32969, 33.3 RPM (1974). Old Songs Deranged: Music for Theater Orchestra
March 9, 1975, Alice Statler Auditorium, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY Cornell Wind Ensemble; Marice Stith, conductor Cornell Univerity Wind Ensemble CUWE-17 Cornell Wind Ensemble
August 19-21, 1988, Kleine Zaal, Shouwburg Theater, Arnhem. Music Group De Ereprijs BV Haast Records 8901, CD (1989). Music Group De Ereprijs
June 19, 20, 2000, All Saints Church, Quayside, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Northern Sinfonia; James Sinclair, conductor Naxos 8.559087, CD (2003). Charles Ives: Symphony No. 3, Washington’s Birthday and Other Works
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'. (Transcribed by James B. Sinclair)
May 2005, Kristiansand Cathedral. Kristiansand Blåseensemble; Bjørn Sagstad 2L (label) 31, CD (2005). Over the Hills - and Far Away

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