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32 recordings of The Concord Sonata

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  • patrpetit
    Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano s Works? I have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses of the 1920 first Score
    Message 1 of 10 , Jun 7, 2005
      Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano's Works?
      I'have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses of the
      1920 first Score edition,like the 1945 kirkpatrick's lp.
      Others uses the 1947 Revision Score,with or without additionals
      instruments,like Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Jay Gottlieb.Donna Coleman
      makes a combination of both scores editions,Per Salo also, and use
      the manuscripts of the work.
      I think this list as incomplete (no lps from 1948 to 1960, and i have
      not found Masselos),and i have not mentionned the incomplete
      performances of sonata(many recordings of The Alcotts).

      The Recordings of Concord Sonata

      1- First recording:1945 -John Kirkpatrick : Columbia Records, MM-749 ©
      1948 coupled with The Inn of 1st piano sonata). Only Piano

      2-Between 1960 and 1968-Aloys Kontarsky (Mainstream MS/5013) with Theo
      Plumacher flute and Willy Schwegler viola

      3-1968-John Kirkpatrick (Columbia MS 7192,) Only Piano

      4-1967-Alan Mandel (Vox Box CD3X 3034 ©1968, coupled with Ives'
      complete piano music)with viola & flute

      5-1972-Roberto Szidon (DG 2530215 coupled with Three -Pages Sonata)
      Walter Stang viola-Dieter Sonntag flute

      6-1976-Nina Deutsch "Works for piano" ( Vox SVBX 5482 ) Only Piano

      7-1977-Gilbert Kalish ( Nonesuch Records H-71337) Only Piano

      8-1978-Herbert Henck (Wergo 60080-50) Georgi Georigiev, viola- Hermann
      Klemeyer, flute.

      9-197?-Ronald Lumsden (The Open University LP A308 OU41) Judith
      Pearce flute

      10-1984-Tom Plaunt "Tom Plaunt plays Charles Ives Concord sonata"
      (McGill University Records 83018 ) only piano

      11-1986-Werner Bärtschi (ex libris 6057 ©1989) Daniel Corti, viola -
      Alexandre Magnin, flute

      12-1988-Marc-Andre Hamelin (New World NW 80378, coupled with Wright,
      Sonata for Piano) Only Piano

      13-1989-Donna Coleman (EtCetera KTC 1079 coupled with Three Page
      Sonata and Four Transcriptions from Emerson) Jonathan C. Sills flute

      14-1989-John Jensen (music & Arts CD-630 1990 coupled with First
      Sonata) only piano

      15-1989-Manfred Reinelt (Berlin 0092112BC) Walter Krummsdorf flute

      16-1990-Robert Shannon (Bridge 9036, ©1992 coupled with Harbison's
      Piano Sonata No. 1) only piano

      17-1990-Per Salo (Kontrapunkt KP32046t) Jesper Jörgensen viola -Toke
      Lund Christiansen flute

      18-1991-Easley Blackwood (Cedille 90000 005, coupled with Copland's
      Piano Sonata) Richard Graef, flute

      19-1991-Louise Bessette (CBC Les Disques SRC, MVCD 1041 coupled with
      Messiaen, Excerpts from Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus ) only piano

      20-1992-Richard Trythall (Centaur CRC 2285 ©1996, coupled with other
      works for piano by Ives) only piano

      21-1993-René Eckhardt ( Vanguard Classics99059 ©1995 coupled with 1st
      Sonata) Eleonore Pameijer, flute

      22-1995-Alexei Lubimov (ERATO, coupled with Ives' "Three Quarter Tone
      Pieces") only piano

      23-1996-Daan Vandewalle (Rene Gailly CD 87078, coupled with Studies 9
      "The Anti-abolitionist Riots," 21 "Some Southpaw Pitching,")Paul
      Klinck, violin -Bert Jacobs, flute

      24-1997-Roberto Ramadori (Symposion 1SCL0602)

      25-1997-Jay Gottlieb-(Pianovox PIA 503-2) only piano

      26-1999-Bojan Gorisek (Audiophile APC 101.059 ) Franc Avsenek, viola -
      Ales Kacjan flute

      27-199?-Nicholas Zumbro (Concert Artists CACD 9005)

      28-2000-Giorgio Morozzi (Materiali Sonori MASO 90122) Edoardo Rosadini
      viola-Arcadio Baracchi flute.

      29-2002-Philip Mead "Varied Air: Charles Ives, The Piano Music"
      (Metier MSV CD92037 (a+b), coupled with Ives piano works) only piano

      30-2004-Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion CDA67469, coupled with Barber's
      Piano Sonata, Op. 26) Only Piano

      31-2004-Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Warner Classics 2564 60297-2, coupled
      with Songs) Tabea Zimmerman, viola-Emmanuel Pahud flute.

      32-2004-Steven Mayer( Naxos American Classics 8.559127 coupled with
      others works ) only piano

      Is it all?

      Patrick
    • tony cole
      Well, Patrick, I can add the following two to the list: 1974 - Hadassah Sahr - (with Carl Adams, flute) - Critics Choice Records cc1705 2003 - Timothy
      Message 2 of 10 , Jun 7, 2005
        Well, Patrick, I can add the following two to the list:

        1974 - Hadassah Sahr - (with Carl Adams, flute) - Critics' Choice Records cc1705

        2003 - Timothy Andres - (with Tracy Smith, flute) - privately produced by pianist and available from him (look up his website)

        Tony
        ----- Original Message -----
        From: patrpetit
        To: charlesives@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:24 AM
        Subject: [charlesives] 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata



        Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano's Works?
        I'have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses of the
        1920 first Score edition,like the 1945 kirkpatrick's lp.
        Others uses the 1947 Revision Score,with or without additionals
        instruments,like Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Jay Gottlieb.Donna Coleman
        makes a combination of both scores editions,Per Salo also, and use
        the manuscripts of the work.
        I think this list as incomplete (no lps from 1948 to 1960, and i have
        not found Masselos),and i have not mentionned the incomplete
        performances of sonata(many recordings of The Alcotts).

        The Recordings of Concord Sonata

        1- First recording:1945 -John Kirkpatrick : Columbia Records, MM-749 ©
        1948 coupled with The Inn of 1st piano sonata). Only Piano

        2-Between 1960 and 1968-Aloys Kontarsky (Mainstream MS/5013) with Theo
        Plumacher flute and Willy Schwegler viola

        3-1968-John Kirkpatrick (Columbia MS 7192,) Only Piano

        4-1967-Alan Mandel (Vox Box CD3X 3034 ©1968, coupled with Ives'
        complete piano music)with viola & flute

        5-1972-Roberto Szidon (DG 2530215 coupled with Three -Pages Sonata)
        Walter Stang viola-Dieter Sonntag flute

        6-1976-Nina Deutsch "Works for piano" ( Vox SVBX 5482 ) Only Piano

        7-1977-Gilbert Kalish ( Nonesuch Records H-71337) Only Piano

        8-1978-Herbert Henck (Wergo 60080-50) Georgi Georigiev, viola- Hermann
        Klemeyer, flute.

        9-197?-Ronald Lumsden (The Open University LP A308 OU41) Judith
        Pearce flute

        10-1984-Tom Plaunt "Tom Plaunt plays Charles Ives Concord sonata"
        (McGill University Records 83018 ) only piano

        11-1986-Werner Bärtschi (ex libris 6057 ©1989) Daniel Corti, viola -
        Alexandre Magnin, flute

        12-1988-Marc-Andre Hamelin (New World NW 80378, coupled with Wright,
        Sonata for Piano) Only Piano

        13-1989-Donna Coleman (EtCetera KTC 1079 coupled with Three Page
        Sonata and Four Transcriptions from Emerson) Jonathan C. Sills flute

        14-1989-John Jensen (music & Arts CD-630 1990 coupled with First
        Sonata) only piano

        15-1989-Manfred Reinelt (Berlin 0092112BC) Walter Krummsdorf flute

        16-1990-Robert Shannon (Bridge 9036, ©1992 coupled with Harbison's
        Piano Sonata No. 1) only piano

        17-1990-Per Salo (Kontrapunkt KP32046t) Jesper Jörgensen viola -Toke
        Lund Christiansen flute

        18-1991-Easley Blackwood (Cedille 90000 005, coupled with Copland's
        Piano Sonata) Richard Graef, flute

        19-1991-Louise Bessette (CBC Les Disques SRC, MVCD 1041 coupled with
        Messiaen, Excerpts from Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus ) only piano

        20-1992-Richard Trythall (Centaur CRC 2285 ©1996, coupled with other
        works for piano by Ives) only piano

        21-1993-René Eckhardt ( Vanguard Classics99059 ©1995 coupled with 1st
        Sonata) Eleonore Pameijer, flute

        22-1995-Alexei Lubimov (ERATO, coupled with Ives' "Three Quarter Tone
        Pieces") only piano

        23-1996-Daan Vandewalle (Rene Gailly CD 87078, coupled with Studies 9
        "The Anti-abolitionist Riots," 21 "Some Southpaw Pitching,")Paul
        Klinck, violin -Bert Jacobs, flute

        24-1997-Roberto Ramadori (Symposion 1SCL0602)

        25-1997-Jay Gottlieb-(Pianovox PIA 503-2) only piano

        26-1999-Bojan Gorisek (Audiophile APC 101.059 ) Franc Avsenek, viola -
        Ales Kacjan flute

        27-199?-Nicholas Zumbro (Concert Artists CACD 9005)

        28-2000-Giorgio Morozzi (Materiali Sonori MASO 90122) Edoardo Rosadini
        viola-Arcadio Baracchi flute.

        29-2002-Philip Mead "Varied Air: Charles Ives, The Piano Music"
        (Metier MSV CD92037 (a+b), coupled with Ives piano works) only piano

        30-2004-Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion CDA67469, coupled with Barber's
        Piano Sonata, Op. 26) Only Piano

        31-2004-Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Warner Classics 2564 60297-2, coupled
        with Songs) Tabea Zimmerman, viola-Emmanuel Pahud flute.

        32-2004-Steven Mayer( Naxos American Classics 8.559127 coupled with
        others works ) only piano

        Is it all?

        Patrick


















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      • tony cole
        ........and another early ish one: 1961 - George Pappa-stavrou - (with Bonny Lichter, flute) - CRI - 150 Tony ... From: patrpetit To:
        Message 3 of 10 , Jun 7, 2005
          ........and another early'ish one:

          1961 - George Pappa-stavrou - (with Bonny Lichter, flute) - CRI - 150

          Tony
          ----- Original Message -----
          From: patrpetit
          To: charlesives@yahoogroups.com
          Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:24 AM
          Subject: [charlesives] 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata



          Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano's Works?
          I'have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses of the
          1920 first Score edition,like the 1945 kirkpatrick's lp.
          Others uses the 1947 Revision Score,with or without additionals
          instruments,like Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Jay Gottlieb.Donna Coleman
          makes a combination of both scores editions,Per Salo also, and use
          the manuscripts of the work.
          I think this list as incomplete (no lps from 1948 to 1960, and i have
          not found Masselos),and i have not mentionned the incomplete
          performances of sonata(many recordings of The Alcotts).

          The Recordings of Concord Sonata

          1- First recording:1945 -John Kirkpatrick : Columbia Records, MM-749 ©
          1948 coupled with The Inn of 1st piano sonata). Only Piano

          2-Between 1960 and 1968-Aloys Kontarsky (Mainstream MS/5013) with Theo
          Plumacher flute and Willy Schwegler viola

          3-1968-John Kirkpatrick (Columbia MS 7192,) Only Piano

          4-1967-Alan Mandel (Vox Box CD3X 3034 ©1968, coupled with Ives'
          complete piano music)with viola & flute

          5-1972-Roberto Szidon (DG 2530215 coupled with Three -Pages Sonata)
          Walter Stang viola-Dieter Sonntag flute

          6-1976-Nina Deutsch "Works for piano" ( Vox SVBX 5482 ) Only Piano

          7-1977-Gilbert Kalish ( Nonesuch Records H-71337) Only Piano

          8-1978-Herbert Henck (Wergo 60080-50) Georgi Georigiev, viola- Hermann
          Klemeyer, flute.

          9-197?-Ronald Lumsden (The Open University LP A308 OU41) Judith
          Pearce flute

          10-1984-Tom Plaunt "Tom Plaunt plays Charles Ives Concord sonata"
          (McGill University Records 83018 ) only piano

          11-1986-Werner Bärtschi (ex libris 6057 ©1989) Daniel Corti, viola -
          Alexandre Magnin, flute

          12-1988-Marc-Andre Hamelin (New World NW 80378, coupled with Wright,
          Sonata for Piano) Only Piano

          13-1989-Donna Coleman (EtCetera KTC 1079 coupled with Three Page
          Sonata and Four Transcriptions from Emerson) Jonathan C. Sills flute

          14-1989-John Jensen (music & Arts CD-630 1990 coupled with First
          Sonata) only piano

          15-1989-Manfred Reinelt (Berlin 0092112BC) Walter Krummsdorf flute

          16-1990-Robert Shannon (Bridge 9036, ©1992 coupled with Harbison's
          Piano Sonata No. 1) only piano

          17-1990-Per Salo (Kontrapunkt KP32046t) Jesper Jörgensen viola -Toke
          Lund Christiansen flute

          18-1991-Easley Blackwood (Cedille 90000 005, coupled with Copland's
          Piano Sonata) Richard Graef, flute

          19-1991-Louise Bessette (CBC Les Disques SRC, MVCD 1041 coupled with
          Messiaen, Excerpts from Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus ) only piano

          20-1992-Richard Trythall (Centaur CRC 2285 ©1996, coupled with other
          works for piano by Ives) only piano

          21-1993-René Eckhardt ( Vanguard Classics99059 ©1995 coupled with 1st
          Sonata) Eleonore Pameijer, flute

          22-1995-Alexei Lubimov (ERATO, coupled with Ives' "Three Quarter Tone
          Pieces") only piano

          23-1996-Daan Vandewalle (Rene Gailly CD 87078, coupled with Studies 9
          "The Anti-abolitionist Riots," 21 "Some Southpaw Pitching,")Paul
          Klinck, violin -Bert Jacobs, flute

          24-1997-Roberto Ramadori (Symposion 1SCL0602)

          25-1997-Jay Gottlieb-(Pianovox PIA 503-2) only piano

          26-1999-Bojan Gorisek (Audiophile APC 101.059 ) Franc Avsenek, viola -
          Ales Kacjan flute

          27-199?-Nicholas Zumbro (Concert Artists CACD 9005)

          28-2000-Giorgio Morozzi (Materiali Sonori MASO 90122) Edoardo Rosadini
          viola-Arcadio Baracchi flute.

          29-2002-Philip Mead "Varied Air: Charles Ives, The Piano Music"
          (Metier MSV CD92037 (a+b), coupled with Ives piano works) only piano

          30-2004-Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion CDA67469, coupled with Barber's
          Piano Sonata, Op. 26) Only Piano

          31-2004-Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Warner Classics 2564 60297-2, coupled
          with Songs) Tabea Zimmerman, viola-Emmanuel Pahud flute.

          32-2004-Steven Mayer( Naxos American Classics 8.559127 coupled with
          others works ) only piano

          Is it all?

          Patrick


















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        • mhberest
          Wasn t that the one where they put Emerson and the Alcotts on one side and Hawthorne and Thoreau because they said their engineers couldn t figure out how to
          Message 4 of 10 , Jun 7, 2005
            Wasn't that the one where they put Emerson and the Alcotts on one
            side and Hawthorne and Thoreau because they said their engineers
            couldn't figure out how to have a long playing time and a short
            playing time on the same record?


            > ........and another early'ish one:
            >
            > 1961 - George Pappa-stavrou - (with Bonny Lichter, flute) - CRI -
            150
            >
            > Tony
            > ----- Original Message -----
            > From: patrpetit
            > To: charlesives@yahoogroups.com
            > Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:24 AM
            > Subject: [charlesives] 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata
            >
            >
            >
            > Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano's Works?
            > I'have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses
            of the
            > 1920 first Score edition,like the 1945 kirkpatrick's lp.
            > Others uses the 1947 Revision Score,with or without additionals
            > instruments,like Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Jay Gottlieb.Donna
            Coleman
            > makes a combination of both scores editions,Per Salo also, and
            use
            > the manuscripts of the work.
            > I think this list as incomplete (no lps from 1948 to 1960, and i
            have
            > not found Masselos),and i have not mentionned the incomplete
            > performances of sonata(many recordings of The Alcotts).
            >
            > The Recordings of Concord Sonata
            >
            > 1- First recording:1945 -John Kirkpatrick : Columbia Records, MM-
            749 ©
            > 1948 coupled with The Inn of 1st piano sonata). Only Piano
            >
            > 2-Between 1960 and 1968-Aloys Kontarsky (Mainstream MS/5013)
            with Theo
            > Plumacher flute and Willy Schwegler viola
            >
            > 3-1968-John Kirkpatrick (Columbia MS 7192,) Only Piano
            >
            > 4-1967-Alan Mandel (Vox Box CD3X 3034 ©1968, coupled with Ives'
            > complete piano music)with viola & flute
            >
            > 5-1972-Roberto Szidon (DG 2530215 coupled with Three -Pages
            Sonata)
            > Walter Stang viola-Dieter Sonntag flute
            >
            > 6-1976-Nina Deutsch "Works for piano" ( Vox SVBX 5482 ) Only
            Piano
            >
            > 7-1977-Gilbert Kalish ( Nonesuch Records H-71337) Only Piano
            >
            > 8-1978-Herbert Henck (Wergo 60080-50) Georgi Georigiev, viola-
            Hermann
            > Klemeyer, flute.
            >
            > 9-197?-Ronald Lumsden (The Open University LP A308 OU41) Judith
            > Pearce flute
            >
            > 10-1984-Tom Plaunt "Tom Plaunt plays Charles Ives Concord sonata"
            > (McGill University Records 83018 ) only piano
            >
            > 11-1986-Werner Bärtschi (ex libris 6057 ©1989) Daniel Corti,
            viola -
            > Alexandre Magnin, flute
            >
            > 12-1988-Marc-Andre Hamelin (New World NW 80378, coupled with
            Wright,
            > Sonata for Piano) Only Piano
            >
            > 13-1989-Donna Coleman (EtCetera KTC 1079 coupled with Three Page
            > Sonata and Four Transcriptions from Emerson) Jonathan C. Sills
            flute
            >
            > 14-1989-John Jensen (music & Arts CD-630 1990 coupled with First
            > Sonata) only piano
            >
            > 15-1989-Manfred Reinelt (Berlin 0092112BC) Walter Krummsdorf
            flute
            >
            > 16-1990-Robert Shannon (Bridge 9036, ©1992 coupled with
            Harbison's
            > Piano Sonata No. 1) only piano
            >
            > 17-1990-Per Salo (Kontrapunkt KP32046t) Jesper Jörgensen viola -
            Toke
            > Lund Christiansen flute
            >
            > 18-1991-Easley Blackwood (Cedille 90000 005, coupled with
            Copland's
            > Piano Sonata) Richard Graef, flute
            >
            > 19-1991-Louise Bessette (CBC Les Disques SRC, MVCD 1041 coupled
            with
            > Messiaen, Excerpts from Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus ) only
            piano
            >
            > 20-1992-Richard Trythall (Centaur CRC 2285 ©1996, coupled with
            other
            > works for piano by Ives) only piano
            >
            > 21-1993-René Eckhardt ( Vanguard Classics99059 ©1995 coupled
            with 1st
            > Sonata) Eleonore Pameijer, flute
            >
            > 22-1995-Alexei Lubimov (ERATO, coupled with Ives' "Three Quarter
            Tone
            > Pieces") only piano
            >
            > 23-1996-Daan Vandewalle (Rene Gailly CD 87078, coupled with
            Studies 9
            > "The Anti-abolitionist Riots," 21 "Some Southpaw Pitching,")Paul
            > Klinck, violin -Bert Jacobs, flute
            >
            > 24-1997-Roberto Ramadori (Symposion 1SCL0602)
            >
            > 25-1997-Jay Gottlieb-(Pianovox PIA 503-2) only piano
            >
            > 26-1999-Bojan Gorisek (Audiophile APC 101.059 ) Franc Avsenek,
            viola -
            > Ales Kacjan flute
            >
            > 27-199?-Nicholas Zumbro (Concert Artists CACD 9005)
            >
            > 28-2000-Giorgio Morozzi (Materiali Sonori MASO 90122) Edoardo
            Rosadini
            > viola-Arcadio Baracchi flute.
            >
            > 29-2002-Philip Mead "Varied Air: Charles Ives, The Piano Music"
            > (Metier MSV CD92037 (a+b), coupled with Ives piano works) only
            piano
            >
            > 30-2004-Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion CDA67469, coupled with
            Barber's
            > Piano Sonata, Op. 26) Only Piano
            >
            > 31-2004-Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Warner Classics 2564 60297-2,
            coupled
            > with Songs) Tabea Zimmerman, viola-Emmanuel Pahud flute.
            >
            > 32-2004-Steven Mayer( Naxos American Classics 8.559127 coupled
            with
            > others works ) only piano
            >
            > Is it all?
            >
            > Patrick
            >
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          • patrpetit
            I have find another version :Robert McDonald (LP Musical Heritage Society MHS 4907W )but i dont know the year of recording (in the 70 s ?) Patrick
            Message 5 of 10 , Jun 8, 2005
              I have find another version :Robert McDonald (LP Musical Heritage
              Society MHS 4907W )but i dont know the year of recording (in the 70's ?)

              Patrick


              --- In charlesives@yahoogroups.com, "tony cole" <tony@c...> wrote:
              > ........and another early'ish one:
              >
              > 1961 - George Pappa-stavrou - (with Bonny Lichter, flute) - CRI - 150
              >
              > Tony
              > ----- Original Message -----
              > From: patrpetit
              > To: charlesives@yahoogroups.com
              > Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:24 AM
              > Subject: [charlesives] 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata
            • davidgrayporter
              Hermann Ktrezschmar recorded the work in Ensemble Modern s 1989 concert but he hasn t released a commercial recording. Too bad.
              Message 6 of 10 , Jun 8, 2005
                Hermann Ktrezschmar recorded the work in Ensemble Modern's 1989
                concert but he hasn't released a commercial recording. Too bad.
              • maverick
                I m roberto ramadori and I would like to thank this yahoogroups for advice of my Concord-Sonata Cd. I would like to note that my Cd was recorded on 14 maj
                Message 7 of 10 , Dec 15, 2012
                  I'm roberto ramadori and I would like to thank this yahoogroups for advice of my "Concord-Sonata" Cd. I would like to note that my Cd was recorded on 14 maj 1998 in Pandino Abbey (Italy) and then it was published by Symposion Label on 31th october 2002. tranks so much.

                  --- In charlesives@yahoogroups.com, "tony cole" <tony@...> wrote:
                  >
                  > ........and another early'ish one:
                  >
                  > 1961 - George Pappa-stavrou - (with Bonny Lichter, flute) - CRI - 150
                  >
                  > Tony
                  > ----- Original Message -----
                  > From: patrpetit
                  > To: charlesives@yahoogroups.com
                  > Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2005 1:24 AM
                  > Subject: [charlesives] 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata
                  >
                  >
                  >
                  > Is the Concord Sonata the most recorded of Modern Piano's Works?
                  > I'have listed 32 versions of this masterwork.Somes of them uses of the
                  > 1920 first Score edition,like the 1945 kirkpatrick's lp.
                  > Others uses the 1947 Revision Score,with or without additionals
                  > instruments,like Pierre-Laurent Aimard or Jay Gottlieb.Donna Coleman
                  > makes a combination of both scores editions,Per Salo also, and use
                  > the manuscripts of the work.
                  > I think this list as incomplete (no lps from 1948 to 1960, and i have
                  > not found Masselos),and i have not mentionned the incomplete
                  > performances of sonata(many recordings of The Alcotts).
                  >
                  > The Recordings of Concord Sonata
                  >
                  > 1- First recording:1945 -John Kirkpatrick : Columbia Records, MM-749 ©
                  > 1948 coupled with The Inn of 1st piano sonata). Only Piano
                  >
                  > 2-Between 1960 and 1968-Aloys Kontarsky (Mainstream MS/5013) with Theo
                  > Plumacher flute and Willy Schwegler viola
                  >
                  > 3-1968-John Kirkpatrick (Columbia MS 7192,) Only Piano
                  >
                  > 4-1967-Alan Mandel (Vox Box CD3X 3034 ©1968, coupled with Ives'
                  > complete piano music)with viola & flute
                  >
                  > 5-1972-Roberto Szidon (DG 2530215 coupled with Three -Pages Sonata)
                  > Walter Stang viola-Dieter Sonntag flute
                  >
                  > 6-1976-Nina Deutsch "Works for piano" ( Vox SVBX 5482 ) Only Piano
                  >
                  > 7-1977-Gilbert Kalish ( Nonesuch Records H-71337) Only Piano
                  >
                  > 8-1978-Herbert Henck (Wergo 60080-50) Georgi Georigiev, viola- Hermann
                  > Klemeyer, flute.
                  >
                  > 9-197?-Ronald Lumsden (The Open University LP A308 OU41) Judith
                  > Pearce flute
                  >
                  > 10-1984-Tom Plaunt "Tom Plaunt plays Charles Ives Concord sonata"
                  > (McGill University Records 83018 ) only piano
                  >
                  > 11-1986-Werner Bärtschi (ex libris 6057 ©1989) Daniel Corti, viola -
                  > Alexandre Magnin, flute
                  >
                  > 12-1988-Marc-Andre Hamelin (New World NW 80378, coupled with Wright,
                  > Sonata for Piano) Only Piano
                  >
                  > 13-1989-Donna Coleman (EtCetera KTC 1079 coupled with Three Page
                  > Sonata and Four Transcriptions from Emerson) Jonathan C. Sills flute
                  >
                  > 14-1989-John Jensen (music & Arts CD-630 1990 coupled with First
                  > Sonata) only piano
                  >
                  > 15-1989-Manfred Reinelt (Berlin 0092112BC) Walter Krummsdorf flute
                  >
                  > 16-1990-Robert Shannon (Bridge 9036, ©1992 coupled with Harbison's
                  > Piano Sonata No. 1) only piano
                  >
                  > 17-1990-Per Salo (Kontrapunkt KP32046t) Jesper Jörgensen viola -Toke
                  > Lund Christiansen flute
                  >
                  > 18-1991-Easley Blackwood (Cedille 90000 005, coupled with Copland's
                  > Piano Sonata) Richard Graef, flute
                  >
                  > 19-1991-Louise Bessette (CBC Les Disques SRC, MVCD 1041 coupled with
                  > Messiaen, Excerpts from Vingt Regards sur l'Enfant-Jésus ) only piano
                  >
                  > 20-1992-Richard Trythall (Centaur CRC 2285 ©1996, coupled with other
                  > works for piano by Ives) only piano
                  >
                  > 21-1993-René Eckhardt ( Vanguard Classics99059 ©1995 coupled with 1st
                  > Sonata) Eleonore Pameijer, flute
                  >
                  > 22-1995-Alexei Lubimov (ERATO, coupled with Ives' "Three Quarter Tone
                  > Pieces") only piano
                  >
                  > 23-1996-Daan Vandewalle (Rene Gailly CD 87078, coupled with Studies 9
                  > "The Anti-abolitionist Riots," 21 "Some Southpaw Pitching,")Paul
                  > Klinck, violin -Bert Jacobs, flute
                  >
                  > 24-1997-Roberto Ramadori (Symposion 1SCL0602)
                  >
                  > 25-1997-Jay Gottlieb-(Pianovox PIA 503-2) only piano
                  >
                  > 26-1999-Bojan Gorisek (Audiophile APC 101.059 ) Franc Avsenek, viola -
                  > Ales Kacjan flute
                  >
                  > 27-199?-Nicholas Zumbro (Concert Artists CACD 9005)
                  >
                  > 28-2000-Giorgio Morozzi (Materiali Sonori MASO 90122) Edoardo Rosadini
                  > viola-Arcadio Baracchi flute.
                  >
                  > 29-2002-Philip Mead "Varied Air: Charles Ives, The Piano Music"
                  > (Metier MSV CD92037 (a+b), coupled with Ives piano works) only piano
                  >
                  > 30-2004-Marc-Andre Hamelin (Hyperion CDA67469, coupled with Barber's
                  > Piano Sonata, Op. 26) Only Piano
                  >
                  > 31-2004-Pierre-Laurent Aimard (Warner Classics 2564 60297-2, coupled
                  > with Songs) Tabea Zimmerman, viola-Emmanuel Pahud flute.
                  >
                  > 32-2004-Steven Mayer( Naxos American Classics 8.559127 coupled with
                  > others works ) only piano
                  >
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                • rbrt_ramadori
                  Dear Patrick! I m the italian pianist roberto ramadori, and I would love to thank you so much for having enclosed my Cd Concord-Sonata among best recordings
                  Message 8 of 10 , Jan 16, 2015
                    Dear Patrick!

                    I m the italian pianist roberto ramadori, and I would love to thank you so much for having  enclosed my Cd "Concord-Sonata" among best recordings of the Marvellous Ives music!!!

                    Meanwhile, I would like to inform you that I had realized my recording's  session on 14th, May 1998 ( not in 1997, as in your insert advise) in Saint Martin Abbey, Pandino (Palazzo Pignano - Cremona, Italy).

                    Then my master recording was published by Symposion  (1SCL0602),  an Italian recording,  in 31st, October 2002.

                    Now my "Concord-Sonata" Cd is present at Amazon web-site, with two special American rewies.

                    Best wishes!



                    roberto ramadori
                    roberto.ramadori@...
                  • Tony
                    Patrick - Well done with your list. There are some 10 or more other recordings, and - yes - I suspect the Concord is the most recorded of all substantial 20th
                    Message 9 of 10 , Jan 18, 2015
                      Patrick - Well done with your list. There are some 10 or more other recordings, and - yes - I suspect the Concord is the most recorded of all substantial 20th century piano works. My additions are:
                      1. George Pappastavrou on CRI
                      2. Hadassah Sahr on Critics Choice
                      3. Yvar Mikhasshof on Hear America First
                      4. Roger Muraro 2001
                      5. Philippe Keler 2002
                      6. Ciro Longobardi 2004
                      7. Jeremy Denk 2010
                      8. Roseanne Nahass 2011
                      9. Martin Perry 2013 (the Kirkpatrick "simplified"edition)
                      10. A private recording by Timo Andrés - and there a of course many more like this

                      You mention Masselos, but he never recorded Concord only the first sonata (twice in fact)

                      Others in the group might like to add more to this list.... I have heard of one recorded by an Asian pianist but have not been able to get hold of it.....

                      Tony

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                    • Ianist100
                      This two Hour interview includes information about Concord Sonata and performances of several Ives pieces. For more information contact Ives scholar and
                      Message 10 of 10 , Jan 18, 2015
                        This two Hour    interview includes information about Concord Sonata and performances of several Ives pieces. For more   information contact Ives scholar and pianist Nina Deutsch. ninadeutsch@...
                         
                         
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                        From: Tony tony@... [charlesives] <charlesives@yahoogroups.com>
                        To: charlesives <charlesives@yahoogroups.com>
                        Cc: rbrt_ramadori <rbrt_ramadori@...>
                        Sent: Sun, Jan 18, 2015 8:28 am
                        Subject: [charlesives] Re: 32 recordings of The Concord Sonata

                         
                        Patrick - Well done with your list. There are some 10 or more other recordings, and - yes - I suspect the Concord is the most recorded of all substantial 20th century piano works. My additions are:
                        1. George Pappastavrou on CRI
                        2. Hadassah Sahr on Critics Choice
                        3. Yvar Mikhasshof on Hear America First
                        4. Roger Muraro 2001
                        5. Philippe Keler 2002
                        6. Ciro Longobardi 2004
                        7. Jeremy Denk 2010
                        8. Roseanne Nahass 2011
                        9. Martin Perry 2013 (the Kirkpatrick "simplified"edition)
                        10. A private recording by Timo Andrés - and there a of course many more like this

                        You mention Masselos, but he never recorded Concord only the first sonata (twice in fact)

                        Others in the group might like to add more to this list.... I have heard of one recorded by an Asian pianist but have not been able to get hold of it.....

                        Tony

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