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Charles Ives

  • A PowerPoint by:

  • Mr. Kugelman


“They Are There!”

  • There's a time in many a life, when it's do though facing death and our soldier boys will do their part that people can live in a world where all will have a say.



Continued…

  • They're conscious always of their country's aim, which is Liberty for all. “Hip hip hooray,” you'll hear them say as they go to the fighting front.



Continued…

  • Brave boys are now in action. They are there, they will help to free the world. They are fighting for the right, But when it comes to might, They are there, they are there, they are there.



Continued…

  • As the Allies beat up all the warhogs, The boys'll be there fighting hard and then the world will shout the battle cry of Freedom. Tenting on a new camp ground.



Continued…

  • When we're through this cursed war, All started by a sneaking gouger, making slaves of men. Then let all the people rise, and stand together in brave, kind Humanity.



Continued…

  • Most wars are made by small stupid selfish bossing groups while the people have no say. But there'll come a day, “Hip hip Hooray,” when they'll smash all dictators to the wall.



Continued…

  • Then it's build a people's world nation Hooray! Every honest country free to live its own native life. They will stand for the right, but if it comes to might, They are there, they are there, they are there.



Continued…

  • Then the people, not just politicians will rule their own lands and lives. Then you'll hear the whole universe shouting the battle cry of Freedom. Tenting on a new camp ground.



Tenting on a New Campground

  • Tenting tonight, tenting on a new campground!

  • For it’s rally round the flag of the peoples new free world. Shouting the Battle Cry of Freedom!



Continued…

  • Then it's build a people's world nation Hooray! Every honest country free to live its own native life. They will stand for the right, but if it comes to might, They are there, they are there, they are there.



Continued…

  • Then the people, not just politicians will rule their own lands and lives. Then you'll hear the whole universe shouting the battle cry of Freedom. Tenting on a new camp ground.



Tenting on a New Campground

  • Tenting tonight, tenting on a new campground!

  • For it’s rally round the flag of the peoples new free world. Shouting the Battle Cry of Freedom!



Charles Ives

  • A PowerPoint by:

  • Mr. Kugelman



Who, What, Where, When?

  • Born: October 20, 1874

  • Hometown: Danbury, Connecticut

  • Father: George Ives, Mother: Edith Ives

  • Life as a Youth

    • Musician
    • Athlete
    • Church Organist




The Young Adult

  • Attended Yale for college

    • Played Football
    • Wrote for Glee Club
    • Member and president of many organizations and committees


Career

  • Started Ives and Myrick Insurance Agency

  • Always shared his opinion

  • Wrote lots of modern music

    • His own compositions
    • Campaign Songs
    • Fight Songs
    • Continued as a Church Organist




The Importance of Music

  • Ives kept music a part of his life as his hobby and passion.

  • Ives never relied on music as a career, but kept it a part of his life.

  • Music did not end after high school for him.



Variations on America

  • Introduction:

  • Based on the beginning of the song, the phrase “My Country, tis of thee” most prominent

  • Dynamics ff



Variations on America

  • Theme “America”:

  • Presented in a traditional style

  • Dynamics pp



Variations on America

  • First Variation:

  • Melody in bass with fast, flutter notes above melody

  • Dynamics pp



Variations on America

  • Second Variation:

  • New texture with the theme

  • Notes of the chords (harmony) are very close together



Variations on America

  • Bridge:

  • Theme played as a round

  • Change in chords, harmony

  • (Think the Parades)



Variations on America

  • Third Variation:

  • Change of rhythm

  • Change of tone color; sounds like the a merry-go-round at Knoebels



Variations on America

  • Fourth Variation:

  • Style change

  • Melody change



Variations on America

  • Bridge:

  • Again uses two keys at once

  • Like the Parade Metaphor



Variations on America

  • Fifth Variation:

  • Melody played on foot pedals (lowest part of organ)

  • Directions to organist are to play the pedal part as fast as possible



Variations on America

  • Coda:

  • Grand Finale

  • Piece ends



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