Ernest Bloch

Ledor Vador : Three composers of synagogal music in America : Max Helfman, Leo Low and Max Janowski

RADIO BROADCAST 32nd show hosted by Hector Sabo, broadcasted on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg in 2018. Read more

Ledor Vador : Klezmer and hassidic music by the composers of classical music

RADIO BROADCAST 31st show hosted by Hector Sabo, broadcasted on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg in 2018. Read more

Ledor Vador : The Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, 3rd part

RADIO BROADCAST 29th show hosted by Hector Sabo, broadcasted on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg in 2018. Read more

Ledor Vador : The Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, 2nd part

RADIO BROADCAST 29th show hosted by Hector Sabo, broadcasted on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg in 2018. Read more

Ledor Vador : The Sacred Service by Ernest Bloch, 1st part

RADIO BROADCAST 28th show hosted by Hector Sabo, broadcasted on Radio Judaïca Strasbourg in 2018. Read more

Bloch, Ernest (1880-1959)

Born in Geneva on July 24, 1880 and died on July 15, 1959 in Portland, Oregon (USA), Ernest Bloch was a Swiss-born American composer, violinist, orchestra conductor and pedagogue, whose work was (…) Read more

Music of exile

MUSIQUES JUIVES D’HIER ET D’AUJOURD’HUI - TUESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2018, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H00 Radio broadcast dedicated to the fate of European Jewish musicians forced to the exile in the first (…) Read more

Exiles

In the CD Exiles, the cellist Ophélie Gaillard, accompanied by the philharmonic orchestra of Monte-Carlo under the direction of James Judd, and then by the musicians of the Sirba Octet, perform an (…) Read more

Jewish music in the 20th century for cello and piano

JEWISH MUSIC OF YESTERDAY AND OF TODAY – TUESDAY THE 24TH OF OCTOBER 2017, JUDAÏQUES FM (94.8), 21H05. Radio program dedicated to the music for cello and piano, written by composers of the 20th (…) Read more

The Hourglass - A musical voyage through the Jewish soul

LATEST PUBLICATION OF THE EIJM. This CD presents works for cello and piano written in the first half of the 20th century by Ernest Bloch, Lazare Saminsky, Joseph Achron, Gideon Klein, Mieczyslaw (…) Read more