View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Suite For Viola / Suite Hébraïque / Meditation and Processional on Discogs. Ernest Bloch’s two major works for viola, the Suite () and the Suite Hébraïque (), were initially written with piano accompaniment. The Ernest Bloch Foundation is devoted to preserving the legacy of composer, humanist, and philosopher, Ernest Bloch, to
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The work is the comper’s expression of appreciation to the devoted members of the Covenant Club of Chicago, one of that city’s sponsors of the week-long Blochfest discussed earlier; indeed, it was Blocn first composition following the festival. AllMusic Featured Composition Noteworthy.
Affirmation Composition Yearorchestral in Genre Categories Suites ; For viola, piano ; Scores featuring the viola ; Scores featuring the piano ; For 2 players ; For violin, piano ; Scores featuring the violin ; For viola, orchestra ; Scores featuring the orchestra ; For hfbraique with soloists ; For violin, orchestra.
The suite draws on traditional Jewish sources, as well as melodic and timbral inspirations, such as the sound of the shofar’s call. These two pieces were entitled: Jazz Latin New Age. These pieces were later orchestrated. Complete Works for Violin and Piano. Streams Videos All Posts.
Suite Hébraïque for viola (or violin) & piano
The opening Rapsodie’s languorous main theme contains some Hebraic inflections. Rhapsodie; Processional; and Affirmation. Share on facebook twitter tumblr. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. A march rhythm and a passionate theme from the viola characterize the second movement, titled “Processional.
Retrieved from ” http: Cast in three movements titled, respectively, Rapsodie, Processional, and Affirmation, the Suite is not nearly as intense as the “Jewish Cycle”; indeed, it is more closely linked to Baal Shem.
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Genre Concerto Chamber Music Classical. It has about it a touch of the ghetto rather than an evocation of the ancient biblical desert. Indeed soon came a letter and a manuscript, heraique first work he had composed after this festival, a set of pieces for Viola which he dedicated to the Club.
Bloch was present at these events and at the end attended a dinner at Chicago’s Covenant Club, which had been a sponsor of the festival’s many activities.
Suite hébraïque, B.83 (Bloch, Ernest)
The Ernest Bloch I Knew: Music for Viola by Ernest Bloch. Les Oeuvres avec Alto. Bloch in the USA.