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Ernest Bloch: String Quartet No. 3: String Quartet

Study Score No. 63

COMPOSER: Ernest Bloch
PUBLISHER: G. Schirmer
PRODUCT FORMAT: Score
Bloch was 73 years old when the String Quartet No. 3 was premiered in 1953 by the Griller Quartet. It is far more 'pared-down' than his earlier works, and avoids the influence of Jewish music which he was well-known for in workssuch as 'Schelomo' and the 'Suite Hebraique for viola'. The first
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Composer Ernest Bloch
Publisher G. Schirmer
Instrumentation String Quartet
Product Format Score
Description Product Type Score
Genre Classical
Year of Publication 1986
Style Period Post 1901
UPC 073999684780
No. HL50339260
Number of pages 54
Series Study Score
Description
Bloch was 73 years old when the String Quartet No. 3 was premiered in 1953 by the Griller Quartet. It is far more 'pared-down' than his earlier works, and avoids the influence of Jewish music which he was well-known for in workssuch as 'Schelomo' and the 'Suite Hebraique for viola'.

The first movement is forceful; trills and stark rhythms predominate, whereas the second is more tranquil. Next there is is a strange kind of off-kilter scherzo,followed by a finale based on a 12-tone theme. This is the Schirmer edition of the Score.
Song List
  • 1. String Quartet No.3
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