Max bruch m. bruch - lorin maazel - concertos for violin and orchestra


Preface
Max Bruch was a German composer who wrote over 200 works, notably his moving Kol nidrei for cello and orchestra, op. 47, and the first of his three violin concertos (Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, op. 26, 1866), which has become a staple of the violin repertory. Although he was raised Rhenish-Catholic, the National Socialist party banned his music from 1933-1945 due to his name, his well-known setting of a melody from the Jewish Yom Kippur service, and his unpublished Drei Hebräische Gesange for mixed chorus and orchestra (1888). As an adult, Bruch was Protestant, and was the grandson of the famous evangelical cleric Dr. Phil. Christian Gottlieb Bruch (1771-1836).


Max Bruch M. Bruch - Lorin Maazel - Concertos For Violin And OrchestraMax Bruch M. Bruch - Lorin Maazel - Concertos For Violin And OrchestraMax Bruch M. Bruch - Lorin Maazel - Concertos For Violin And OrchestraMax Bruch M. Bruch - Lorin Maazel - Concertos For Violin And Orchestra

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