Orchestral Set. Name of 2 orch. works by Ives. No.1 is usually known as Three Places in New England, 1908–14; No.2, comp. 1909–15, has 3 movts.: 1. An Elegy to our Forefathers; 2. The Rockstrewn Hills Join in the People's Outdoor Meeting; 3. From Hanover Square North at the end of a Tragic Day (1915), the Voice of the People again Rose.
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