Ernest Bloch

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United States composer (born in Switzerland) who composed symphonies and chamber music and choral music and a piano sonata and an opera (1880-1959)


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The combination of compositions by Mieczystaw Weinberg and Ernest Bloch has been well chosen, the CD features top-notch performers and is furnished with a sensitive graphic design and valuable accompanying notes in the booklet.
Pizetti was a friend of Ernest Bloch, and Bloch's music showed Castelnuovo-Tedesco how Jewish subjects could be used to cream authentic Jewish music.
Every bit a fixture, he is the associate conductor at both the Newport Symphony Orchestra and the Ernest Bloch Music Festival.
Strongly influenced by Ernest Bloch, they are well worth exploring, although Sheila Silver's Song of Sara for strings from 1984, is rather more dour
In this essay Araceli Modragon discusses important aspects of Ernest Bloch ways of thinking about Utopia in the 20th Century.
It was not the morality of the Sermon on the Mount which enabled Christianity to conquer Roman paganism," Ernest Bloch, a German philosopher observed, "but the belief that Jesus had been raised from the dead.
The award-winning symphony America was composed by Ernest Bloch.
The weekend's performances will feature Schelomo by Ernest Bloch and Symphony No.
Warner will be performing a work by composer Ernest Bloch, who lived in Newport at the end of his life.
The quartet also played works by other American composers during Rainy's tenure including Gharles Martin Loeffler, Ernest Bloch, and George Templeton Stong.
Her reputation for technical excellence and a remarkable memory for 20th century works earned her the admiration of composers such as Sir Arnold Bax, Ernest Bloch and Sir Malcolm Arnold.
Fascinated by liturgical dance, she also studied in Oregon with composer Ernest Bloch, an authority on Hebrew music.
Suite Hebraique for viola and orchestra by Ernest Bloch was given its first performance by the Chicago Symphony.
Also being performed on the program will be Pimble's "Concerto Grosso," which she choreographed to the music of Ernest Bloch on commission for the Kansas City Ballet.
As an example of an inconsistency, at the beginning of a paragraph about Ernest Bloch and his family, the author refers to Bloch's wife as Marguerite Schneider and at the end of the paragraph as Marguerite Bloch.