Yale University Library


OHAM: Professor Arthur Hall on Ives


Professor Arthur Hall

with Vivian Perlis

Rice University, Houston, TX

March 22, 1971




Cassette Side a:                                                                                            pp. 1-15


Meeting Ives--Richard Ives--Sarane, Ives' niece--Chester Ives--Sarane's study with her uncle--Charles Ives' close relationship with his brother's children--how the family felt about Charles Ives' music--Mrs. Ives--getting married--Sarane's study with Robert Schmidt--Sarane plays the slow movement from the Concord Sonata--getting his degree at Yale--visiting West Redding--children--naming the children--composing.

Cassette Side b:                                                                                           pp. 15-24

Writing for the Rice chamber orchestra--symphonic works for the Houston Symphony Orchestra--Henry Cowell--Ives' performances in Houston--correspondence with Ives--Ives Twentieth Amendment--Ives as a businessman--house on Seventy-Fourth Street--correspondence between Sarane and her uncle--George Ives.