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Max Bruch was not Jewish, but after visiting a synagogue in Liverpool in the early 1880s, he was so moved that he wrote this piece about the Kol Nidrei, a Hebrew declaration that’s part of the Yom Kippur service and translates to “All Vows.” You need not be religious to play this piece, but you may want to understand the rich narratives Bruch evokes. Peled discusses the role-playing between the piano and the cello, how Heaven and Hell are depicted, and which motifs to watch closely.Access Lesson →
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