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41-49 of 49 videos of music composed by Max Bruch

Bruch - Concerto for violin&viola -p.1- Tretyakov & Bashmet
Bruch - Concerto for violin&viola -p.1- Tretyakov & Bashmet Concerto for violin & viola with orchestra, in E minor, Op. 88 Composed by Max Bruch Performed by London Symphony Orchestra with Victor Tretyakov, Yuri Bashmet Conducted by Neeme Jarvi.
Cello Journey #27, Kol Nidrei (Part 1)
Cello Journey #27, Kol Nidrei (Part 1) Cello Journey CD: cdbaby.com Cello Journey DVD: cdbaby.com Visit the website: cellojourney.com In this episode we play the Kol Nidrei by Max Bruch. This piece is based on a Jewish prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. You can find out more information at the following link: en.wikipedia.org
Perlman plays Bruch - Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 26 - First Movement
Perlman plays Bruch - Violin Concerto No. 1, Op. 26 - First Movement Max Bruch (1838-1920) Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 I. Prelude: Allegro moderato Itzhak Perlman (b. 1945), violin André Previn (b. 1929),conductor London Symphony Orchestra Written in 1866. Recorded in 1973. ClassicalRecords is a Youtube channel where I upload some excellent performances from the LPs in my collection. I'm uploading these LPs because they are either not available on CD, out of print on CD, or just difficult to find.
Popular famous romantic classical music by the composer Max Bruch
Popular famous romantic classical music by the composer Max Bruch The First Violin Concerto by Max Bruch (1838-1920) has rightly become one of the most famous pieces of Romantic music. Its lovely, arching melodies, its sumptuous harmonies and its virtuosic charm made it an instant hit, and audiences have never stopped loving it. But Bruch wrote much more that should be just as popular. His Kol nidrei, here recorded for the first time in the composers own arrangement for violin and orchestra, is a gorgeous elaboration of Jewish themes that Bruch knew from his time as a choral conductor in Berlin. His interest in the music of other cultures also resulted in his Serenade on Swedish Melodies. This, along with the Romance for Viola and orchestra, may have been among his very last works, but they prove that Bruch never lost the melodic freshness of his youth. The listener can here also appreciate a work from the very beginning of Bruchs career, the bubbling, intensely melodious Overture to the opera Scherz, List und Rache op. 1, in a first-ever recording with orchestra. With Alexandre da Costa (violin), Orchestre Symphonique Bienne, Thomas Rösner (conductor), Gilad Karni (viola)
Max Bruch, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Opus 26, 1st mvt
Max Bruch, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Opus 26, 1st mvt Max Bruch, Violin Concerto in G Minor, Opus 26, 1st mvt May 16 ,2006 Caeli Smith; Olney Symphony Orchestra
Max Bruch - Violin Concerto No 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - Adagio
Max Bruch - Violin Concerto No 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - Adagio Title :Max Bruch , Violin Concerto No. 1 in G Minor, Op. 26 - Adagio
Jacqueline du Pré - Kol nidrei Op. 47 - Max Bruch + ..Y Sevilla
Jacqueline du Pré - Kol nidrei Op. 47 - Max Bruch + ..Y Sevilla Max Bruch Kol nidrei Op. 47 Jacqueline du Pré Gerald Moore (piano) Ray Jesson (organ) Osian Ellis (harp) and John Williams (guitar) Sevilla Images
Max Bruch-Allegro con Moto, Op. 83--clarinet, viola & piano
Max Bruch-Allegro con Moto, Op. 83--clarinet, viola & piano Max Bruch-Eight Pieces for Clarinet, Viola & Piano, II. Allegro con Moto in B Minor, Op. 83--Jonathan Garza, clarinet; Joyalene Ng, viola; Cynthia Westerbeck, piano.

Pacific Union College Music Department presents: Violist Joyalene Ng; "Music for the 20th Century Romantic," Sunday, Nov. 16, 2008. Paulin Hall Auditorium.

"Max Bruch (1838-1920) a German composer, was a hard core romantic - at least from the way this composition sounds. This piece is the second out of eight short pieces for clarinet, viola, and piano, and I picked it because of the luscious sweeping piano lines."--Joyalene Ng.
Joshua Bell Plays the Bruch Violin Concerto II Adagio
Joshua Bell Plays the Bruch Violin Concerto II Adagio Joshua Bell performs the popular Bruch's First Violin Concerto in G minor, op.26. The beautiful slow movement.
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