Ernest Bloch

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Bloch established his reputation in music on Hebraic themes in works such as the cello concerto Schelomo (1916).
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Schelomo, rhapsody for cello & orchestra (or piano) 1915 Concerto
Baal Shem: 3 pictures of Hassidic life, for violin & piano (or orchestra) 1923 Chamber Music
From Jewish Life, sketches (3) for cello & piano 1924 Chamber Music Miscellaneous (Classical)
Violin Concerto 1937 Concerto
Avodath Hakodesh (Sacred Service), for baritone, chorus & orchestra (or piano or organ) 1930 Choral
Suite hébraïque, for viola (or violin) & orchestra (or piano) 1951 Concerto Chamber Music
Suite for viola & piano 1918 Chamber Music
Nigun, for cello & piano (arr. by Schuster from "Baal Shem") 1947 Chamber Music Miscellaneous (Classical)
Episodes (4), for chamber orchestra 1926 Orchestral
Abodah: a Yom Kippur melody, for violin & piano 1929 Chamber Music
Concerto Grosso No.1, for string orchestra & piano 1924 Concerto Orchestral
Meditation Hébraïque, for cello & piano 1924 Chamber Music
Nocturnes (3), for piano, violin & cello 1924 Chamber Music
Sonata for violin & piano No. 1 1920 Chamber Music
Sonata for violin & piano No.2 ("Poème Mystique") 1924 Chamber Music
Poems of the Sea, for orchestra (or piano) 1922 Orchestral
Pieces (2) (Meditation & Processional), for viola & piano 1951 Chamber Music
Concerto Grosso No.2, for string quartet & strings 1952 Concerto Orchestral
Suite No. 1 for solo violin 1958 Chamber Music
Suite No. 1 for solo cello 1956 Chamber Music
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