József Bloch

József Bloch Sheet Music

  • Born
    5th January 1862
  • Died
    6th May 1922
  • Birthplace
    Budapest, Hungary

József Bloch was a Violin virtuoso and composer. He made his first appearance in public at the age of twelve, and attended the National Academy of Music and the National Conservatory. His teachers were R. Volkmann (composition), A. Gobbi, and K. Huber. Bloch is said to have been one of the most distinguished pupils of Huber. When barely sixteen years old he became assistant teacher at the National Conservatory; but his eagerness to learn more impelled him to attend the Paris Conservatoire

Title Form Instrument
4 Bagatelles, Op.18 Bagatelle Solo Instrument and Piano
2 Morceaux Idylliques, Op.53 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
5 Aquarelles, Op.52 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Airs hongrois, Op.49 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Miscellanées, Op.66 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Sonnet, Op.71 Duet Solo Instrument and Piano
Etüden für 2 Violinen, Op.28 Etude Chamber group
Petite fantaisie hongroise No.1, Op.21 Fantasy Solo Instrument and Piano
4 Easy Pieces, Op.36 Piano piece Solo Instrument and Piano
Bihari Quartet String Quartet
Czinka Panna nótája Quartet String Quartet
String Quartet, Op.32 Quartet String Quartet
Petite rhapsodie hongroise No.2, Op.46 Rhapsody Solo Instrument and Piano
Kol Nidreh Sacred Mass Solo Instrument and Piano
Suite for String Orchestra, Op.6 Suite String Orchestra
Easy Trios for 3 Violins, Op.34 Trio Chamber group
Valsette Waltz Solo Instrument and Piano