DaveHarries Posted March 3, 2009 Share Posted March 3, 2009 Hi all, On Sunday (01st March) the music for the morning Eucharist at Bristol Cathedral was this: Setting: Missa Brevis (Ives) Motet: Thou knowest, Lord (Purcell) Psalm: 25 Hymns: 67, 159 (vv1, 2, 5, 6), 425, 393 Sounded superb, as usual. But my query is this. I believe I am right in thinking that Grayston (Bill) Ives, who was recently Informator Choristarum of Magdalen College, Oxford is a well known composer. But I believe there is / was anopther composer called Charles Ives. So which Ives was it who wrote a setting of Missa Brevis? The Cathedral's service sheet only said "Ives". Also, is / was this the same "Ives" who wrote a piece called the "Intrada"? Heard that in the Cathedral last year and am thinking I may try and learn it when I get the time to do so. Thanks. Dave Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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