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Ives

1. Charles Edward. 1874--1954, US composer, noted for his innovative use of polytonality, polyrhythms, and quarter tones. His works include Second Piano Sonata: Concord (1915), five symphonies, chamber music, and songs
2. Frederick Eugene. 1856--1937, US inventor of halftone photography
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One player for Merthyr to keep an eye on is Wales under-17 and under-19 winger Josh Dawkin, who signed in the close season for St Ives from St Neots.
Instead, much of the story contextualizes the complex social and personal forces that led Ives to live as he did, while a fair amount of space is given to detailing the world of life insurance and Ives's business activities as well.
Solstice will operate as a subsidiary of St Ives and will continue to be managed from its current location by its existing management team, which includes J Schwan, the vendor.
Charles Ives in the Mirror traces the reception of Ives from the composer's own life into the twenty-first century.
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He said: "It is a brilliant result and one of which all at St Ives can be very proud.
Hive, which will operate as a subsidiary of St Ives and will retain its current management team, closed 2013 with adjusted EBITDA of GBP2.
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Currier & Ives commissioned art from a number of artists--including such prominent artists as Eastman Johnson, Arthur Fitzwilliam Tait, and George Durrie.
I can go inside and find out what's going on,'" Ives said.
2) This fusion of the traditional and the experimental would surface in most works Ives composed, beginning with his earliest compositions (some counterpoint exercises and songs) to his more mature pieces.