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Bloch, Ernest

Syllabification: Bloch, Ernest
Pronunciation: /bläk
 
/

Definition of Bloch, Ernest in English:

( 1880–1959), US composer; born in Switzerland. His work reflects the influence of the late 19th-century romanticism of Franz Liszt and Richard Strauss and of Jewish musical forms. Notable works: Israel Symphony (1912–16) and Solomon (1916).

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