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Work: Schelomo, hebräische Rhapsodie für Cello

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KomponistBloch, Ernest (1880-1959)
Periode20. Jahrhundert
GattungOrchestermusik
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NottinghamThe BBC Philharmonic with Omer Meir Wellber and Jan Vogler, cello

© Wilfried Hosl
Strauss R., Bloch, Bruch, Beethoven
BBC Philharmonic; Omer Meir Wellber; Jan Vogler

ParisProkofiev / Coppey, Ōno

Khachaturian, Meïmoun, Bloch, Prokofjew
Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France; Kazushi Ono; Marc Coppey; David Haroutunian
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Salomonisches in Luzern

Das Luzerner Sinfonieorchester bezauberte mit selten gespielten Werken von Respighi und Bloch im KKL.
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An aquatic programme with Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish RSO

Klaus Mäkelä © Mattias Ahlm | Swedish Radio
Bookending a concert with Die Seejungfrau and La Mer, Klaus Mäkelä and the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra offered two very different musical depictions of water and the ocean.
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Eschenbach et Steckel à la Philharmonie : une épopée viennoise, hébraïque et western

Christoph Eschenbach © Eric Brissaud
Salle Pierre Boulez, l’Orchestre de Paris a retrouvé, pour la nouvelle année, un de ses chefs légendaires : Christoph Eschenbach, accompagné du violoncelliste Julian Steckel en soliste, présente un concert en forme de voyage.
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Passionately troubled: BBC Symphony Orchestra and Dausgaard in Nielsen, Prokofiev and Bloch

Whoever curated last night’s BBC SO concert, conducted by Thomas Dausgaard, needs a medal. Not only were the pieces united by virtue of being composed at the same time during the dark years of the First World War, but also each composer seems to find something passionately troubled to say which reflected their vintage – an unusual combination of neglected works, two of which are masterpieces.
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Anxious dreams from Bloch, Brahms, Rouse and the New York Philharmonic

Dreams and anxieties, religious and otherwise, were the dominant themes at Thursday night’s New York Philharmonic performance. The concert program worked backwards in time, starting with Phantasmata by composer-in-residence Christopher Rouse (completed in 1985), followed by Ernest Bloch’s Schelomo (1916), and finishing with Brahms’ Symphony no. 1 (published in 1877).
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