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Israel Symphony
Joan Alexander (soprano)
Mary Alexander (soprano) Flora Blyithrnan (contralto)
Windfred Busfield (contralto)
Alexander Carmichael (baritone)
BBC Scottish Orchestra (Led by Harry Carpenter ) Conductor, Ian. Whyte
Bloch's Israel Symphony (written in Paris and Geneva, 1912-16) is in one continuous movement divided into four sections. The five solo voices are heard in a quiet epilogue singing: ' Adonai, my Elohiml Allclouyahl Hear thou my voice, hear my prayer; Thou art my refuge; Hear thou my prayer, 0 hear my crying; In thee I trust, I am steadfast, 0 my Elohim.

Contributors

Soprano: Joan Alexander
Soprano: Mary Alexander
Contralto: Flora Blyithrnan
Contralto: Windfred Busfield
Baritone: Alexander Carmichael
Conductor: Harry Carpenter
Conductor: Ian. Whyte

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