Cello journey: the best recordings of Ernest Bloch's Schelomo

Ernest bloch in 1917 at a table

Intended to be played as a seamless integrated whole, with an equality between the cellist and the orchestra, rather than as a concertante piece, Bloch’s Hebraic rhapsody Schelomo has been recorded by many cellists in numerous ways – and it seems that there is something special about almost all ...

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