Biography
A Swiss composer who moved to noise-based composition from neo-classical beginnings. Bloch was a composer of psychologically profound works who was greatly influenced by world music (Hebrew melody, Southeast Asian music, and Tibetan music) in creating a totally original music with a traditional fluidity of inflection. His later works, like the Sinfonia Breve (1952), written when he was 72, developed a bold, energetic dissonance. ~ Blue Gene Tyranny, Rovi



 
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Ernest Bloch - Concerto Grosso No. 1 (1925)
Ernest Bloch: Suite Hébraïque (1951)
Ernest Bloch: America, an Epic Rhapsody (1926) [FULL]
Ernest Bloch - Prayer
Ernest Bloch - Nigun
Ernest Bloch "10 Pieces for Children" (complete) P. Barton FEURICH 133 piano
Ernest Bloch - Concerto Grosso no.1
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