Music: Sun Sep 24

Consider arriving by 10am this Sunday morning to hear musical guest violinist Elena Peres and CUUC Music Director Adam Kent perform “Nigun,” from Ernst Bloch’s Three Scenes from Hassidic Life. Our musical commemoration of Yom Kippur continues with a special Interlude, Max Bruch’s arrangement of the ancient Day of Atonement prayer Kol Nidre. Other music includes several of Felix Mendelssohn’s poignant Songs without Words for solo piano, works by a noted composer of Jewish descent. For a sample of Elena Peres and Adam Kent in concert, visit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDWdAoN0xZI. For more details on Sunday morning’s musical programming, read on.

Prelude: Elena Peres, violin; Adam Kent, piano
Song without Words in b minor, Op. 67, No. 5 “The Shepherd’s Lament”
                                    Felix Mendelssohn
Nigun from Three Scenes from Hassidic Life
                                    Ernst Bloch

Opening Music:
Song without Words in Bb Major, Op. 67, No. 3 “Pilgrims’ Song”

Song without Words in E Major, Op. 19, No. 1 “Sweet Remembrances”

Kol Nidre, Op. 47
                                      Max Bruch

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