JOSEPH ACHRON HEBREW MELODY PDF

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Joseph Achron was born in the Lithuanian town of Lodzdzieje now Lazdijai. He studied violin with his father and then at the Warsaw Conservatory with Isadore Lotto and finally at the St. Petersburg Conservatory with Leopold Auer, teacher of such stars as Heifetz, Milstein and many others. Achron knew Heifetz and the two became friends with Heifetz championing Achron's music. After graduation, Achron pursued a career as a soloist, concertizing throughout Russia and Europe, Palestine and America.

He taught and served as director of the Kharkov Conservatory and subsequently moved to Hollywood. Throughout his life, he composed. Most of his works are for violin and piano, however, he also wrote in several other genres. The Hebrew Melody dates from Petersburg in Achron, reportedly, was so inspired that he sat down and wrote his Hebrew Melody in little more than half an hour.

He premiered in and it became on of Jascha Heifetz's standard encores, which in turn led it to become Achron's best known work. The melody is a Hasidic folk tune which Achron recalled from his childhood. Contact Us. Place Order. What's New.

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Achron, Joseph - Hebrew Melody for Violin and Piano - edited by Leopold Auer - Fischer Edition

His preoccupation with Jewish elements and his desire to develop a "Jewish" harmonic and contrapuntal idiom , underscored and informed much of his work. His friend, the composer Arnold Schoenberg , described Achron in his obituary as "one of the most underrated modern composers". Achron was born in Lozdzieje, Russian Empire now Lazdijai , Lithuania to Julian and Bertha and began the study of the violin under his father, an amateur violinist, at the age of five. His first public performance followed three years later at age seven in Warsaw. This was followed by a prodigious childhood career including performances throughout Russia. He joined the Society for Jewish Folk Music in and from that point occupied himself in theory and practice with the Jewish music tradition.

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Joseph Achron

Joseph Achron was born in the Lithuanian town of Lodzdzieje now Lazdijai. He studied violin with his father and then at the Warsaw Conservatory with Isadore Lotto and finally at the St. Petersburg Conservatory with Leopold Auer, teacher of such stars as Heifetz, Milstein and many others. Achron knew Heifetz and the two became friends with Heifetz championing Achron's music. After graduation, Achron pursued a career as a soloist, concertizing throughout Russia and Europe, Palestine and America. He taught and served as director of the Kharkov Conservatory and subsequently moved to Hollywood.

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