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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Pieces for Violoncello and Orchestra. Sinfonische Dichtung “Die Moldau”. While living in Berlin, Bruch had learned one of the numerous variants of this melody from Cantor Abraham Lichtenstein —similar to the one that Louis Lewandowski — included in his two synagogue anthologies: Timeless Classical Collection, Vol.
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In Bruch’s setting of the melody, the cello imitates the rhapsodic voice of the cantor who chants the liturgy in the synagogue. Because it came, entirely without justification, to be regarded as a carte blanche for Jews to lie though their teeth in Christian nidrri, it was removed from the Reform Jewish Liturgy during the Nineteenth Century, being reinstated only as recently as Share on facebook twitter tumblr.
Hausmann had requested such a cello work from Bruch. Concerto for cello in Bm; Bruch: Concerto for Violin No.
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Kol Nidrei, for cello & orchestra, Op. 47
Several of these compositions are so famous and popular that learning them is almost inevitable, like some sort of cellistic rite of passage. The Historic Return to Chelm. It is recorded here with music of extraordinary symphonic sweep by Ernest Bloch, and performed by one of the most brilliant young cellists of today, splendidly accomp The Cantorial Voice of the ‘Cello.