Kol Nidrei - The Heritage Orchestra And Chorus* - The Jewish Holiday Album (Vinyl, LP)

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8 Comments on Kol Nidrei - The Heritage Orchestra And Chorus* - The Jewish Holiday Album (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Liner Notes. Arnold Schoenberg’s Kol Nidre (op. 39) is his only completed, intentionally liturgical work. Conceived specifically for actual synagogue use, it was also his first foray into the genre of Jewish sacred music—assuming, as we should, that Psalm settings per se do not necessarily fall into the functional framework of synagogue music when not so envisioned by their composers.
  2. Mar 12,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g Vinyl release of Kol Nidrei on Discogs. Label: Firebird (4) - CNLR • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered g • Country: Japan • Genre: Classical • Style: Classical5/5(3).
  3. Although Ernest Bloch had a rather large compositional output, he is today remembered primarily for his handful of works inspired by his own Jewish heritage. The most elaborate of these pieces is Schelomo, the Hebraic rhapsody for solo and cello and orchestra. Programmatically, the piece is supposed to chronicle Solomon's wanderings in the desert -- a time filled with much tribulation and prayer.7/
  4. The success of Kol Nidrei led to the assumption by many that Bruch himself was of Jewish ancestry — indeed, as long as the National Socialist Party was in power () his music was banned because he was considered a possible Jew for having written music with an openly Jewish theme. As a result, his music was largely forgotten in German.
  5. Strings Orchestra was a brand for a highly successful easy listening symphonic music organization, with a discography exceeding albums and a creative lifetime of around 30 years beginning in Strings had a trademark sound, focusing on melody with a laid-back ambiance most often featuring strings. Their LPs were individualized by the slogan “The Sound of Magnificence”, a.
  6. The expectation that Bruch must have been Jewish in order to write this oratorio or “Kol Nidrei” derives from a distorted perception of the place of Jews in late 19th- and early 20th-century.
  7. Re: Kol Nidrei Thank you for permitting me to hear Kol Nidrei. I am currently homebound. and with the English explanations and interpretations, this allows to understand a little more the meaning of Kol Nidrei. and Thank you to the chazzan. Sandra Greenbaum Reply.
  8. Bruch composed Kol Nidre for cello and orchestra, not for a sacred service. He assembled tunes for a cellist who asked him for a piece. It’s music to be played in a concert hall for people of all faiths and no faith. But perhaps it is a prayer. Perhaps something happens when we hear the Bruch Kol Nidre.

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