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Max Bruch and Clara Tuczek
“My Domain Is Vocal Music” During his long career as a teacher, conductor and composer Max Bruch (1838-1920) almost constantly moved among various musical posts in Germany. He found employment in Mannheim (1862–1864), Koblenz (1865–1867), Sondershausen (1867–1870), Berlin (1870–1872), and
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The Neglected Bruch
“As time goes on most of my works will be more and more neglected” Max Bruch (1838-1929) is almost exclusively associated with his famed G-minor violin concerto. However, throughout his long and industrious musical career he composed well over 200
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Max Bruch
“Music is the Language of God” Celebrating his 75th birthday in 1906, the legendary violinist Joseph Joachim declared that Germany had four great violin concertos. Among the four—of course including the superb singular efforts in this genre by Beethoven, Mendelssohn
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Minors of the Majors
Max Bruch: Concerto for Clarinet and Viola in E minor, Op. 88
“Minors of the Majors” invites you to discover compositions by the great classical composers that for one reason or another have not reached the musical mainstream. Please enjoy, and keep listening!
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BRAHMS, J.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 / BRUCH, M.: Kol nidrei
Kol nidrei, Op. 47 From BRAHMS, J.: Cello Sonatas Nos. 1 and 2 / BRUCH, M.: Kol nidrei (2002) Released by Warner Classics – Parlophone Kol nidrei, Op. 47Kol Nidre is an Aramaic declaration recited in the synagogue before the
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