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Piano Sonata #2 Concord
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Piano Sonata #2 Concord

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Piano Solo
Desc Intro By Stephen Drury
Composer Charles Ives
Publisher Dover Publications
Catalog # 488632

Price: $16.95

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Piano Sonata #2 Concord Composed by Charles Ives. For Piano Solo. Published by Dover Publications. (Catalog # 488632, UPC: 9780486488639)

The Piano Sonata No. 2, commonly know as the "Concord" Sonata, embodies many a of Charles Ives' experimental techniques and ranks among his best-known and most highly regarded works. The four movements are named for Concord, Massachu setss-based litery figures associated with Trancendentalism. This edition inc ludes the original essays on Emerson, Hawthorne, the Alcotts, and Thoreau that accompanied the 1920 edition. An informative Introduction by Stephen Drury, the editor of this edition and an expert performer of the work, places the "Co ncord" in its historic context. This affordably priced volumed will delight i ntermediate and advanced-level pianists as well as collectors and enthusiasts of twentieth-century American music.

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