|Musical Editions||Boek (softcover)|
|Scope||316 pages; 15.2 × 22.8 cm|
|Publisher/Producer||Cambridge University Press|
Ives Studies is a collection of essays on the life and music of American composer Charles Ives (1874–1954). In it, scholars address significant issues in Ives scholarship, including the hotly debated chronology of his work, the nature of his compositional philosophy and style, and his place in music history. The essays take their place in an Ives literature that understands and demythologizes a most complex man, and that has brought enlightenments to a stunningly original body of music.