An excellent example of this sort of work is provided by Max Bruch’s beautiful and emotional musical prayer, Kol Nidrei, Op. Originally for. Find composition details, parts / movement information and albums that contain performances of Kol Nidrei, for cello & orchestra, on AllMusic. Max Bruch. Max Bruch’s Kol Nidrei, Op 47, was written in Berlin in and dedicated to the cellist Robert Hausmann (–). It comprises two entirely separate.
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While some commentators, including Abraham Zevi Idelsohn [ citation needed ]have criticized the lack of Jewish sentiment in Bruch’s concert-hall Kol NidreiBruch never presumed to write Jewish music. Progressing at first from rich simplicity to more overtly agile variations, it finally returns to that opening simplicity, resonating with a timeless solemnity that transcends mere religion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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The first theme, which also lends the piece its title, comes from the Kol Nidre prayer, which is recited during the evening service on Yom Kippur. The Romantic Sound of the Goffriller Cello. The first part is based upon a German synagogue nirdei, probably originating in the early sixteenth century, which has since become the universally accepted Ashkenazi setting of this eleventh-century Aramaic text.
Views Read Edit View history. Bruch was, nevertheless, a master at transforming his “folk tunes” into art music, but still retaining their folk elements.
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The Complete Recordings [Box Set]. Cantor Abraham Jacob Lichtenstein was known to have cordial relations with many Christian musicians and supported Bruch’s interest in Jewish folk music. Maybe there was some inherited empathy that drew him but, even so, as a presumed Protestant living in an anti-semitic Germany, would you chance your arm on a piece based on a Jewish chant, and would you expect nruch to out-live your Grand Choral Conceptions?
Editor Brhch Mittell Hausmann had requested such a cello work from Bruch. Share on facebook twitter tumblr.
In our day, apart from the first nkdrei his three Violin Concertithe Scottish Fantasyand Kol Nidrehis music seems to have sunk without trace.
Ten Jewish Melodies for Violin and Piano.
T he cello repertoire contains numerous one-movement pieces for cello and piano or cello and orchestra, many of which are wonderful works if not masterpieces. Variations on a Rococo Theme. The Solo Victor Recordings Vol.
Cello and Orchestra Solo — cello Orchestra 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 clarinets A2 bassooons 4 horns D2 trumpets D3 trombones, timpani, harp, strings. I got to know both melodies in Berlin, where I had much to do with the children of Israel in ndrei Choral Society,” wrote the composer.