Ernest Bloch: Israel Symphony For Orchestra (Score)

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This symphony, from Bloch`s `Jewish Period` evokes two Jewish traditional celebrations, `Yom Kippur` (Day of Atonement) and `Succoth` (Celebration of Harvest). It does this not by using traditional Jewish melodies or musical features; but explores Judaism spiritually. Bloch himself provided notes for the New York Philarmonic 1943 performance of the symphony:

`Though a single unit, the symphony falls into three sections. A slow introduction, Adagio molto (`Prayer in the Desert`) is immediately followed by the Allegro agitato (`Yom Kippur`), with a main theme of bold, barbaric character…A short transition leads into the second part, Moderato (`Succoth`) which, after a fierce climax, brings in the voice…This second part of the work is more contemplative, serene, a kind of prayer.`

This is the Schirmer edition of the full score.

Israel Symphony

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