Unanswerable questions/questionable answers.
Music and Letters, 75, (2), . (doi:10.1093/ml/75.2.246).
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Although Charles Ives's position as one of the most important figures in twentieth-century
music now appears to be beyond doubt, a number of persistent and fundamental questions
continue to trouble Ives scholarship. These concern both his biography and his music; and
since these two areas are inextricably linked, the quest for satisfactory answers is doubly important.
Several recent publications have attempted, in various ways, to come to terms with
some of the issues raised, and to suggest ways in which the questions might be answered
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