Where Bloch composed music

Bloch’s mature works (abbreviated titles placed in alphabetical order within each category) were composed in the following locations in which he lived (in broadly chronological order of domicile):

Munich: Historiettes au Crépuscule (two of four songs), Symphony in C sharp minor.

Paris: Ex-Voto, Historiettes au Crépuscule (two of four songs).

Geneva/Satigny: Hiver-Printemps, Israel Symphony, Macbeth, Poemes d’Automne, Prélude et Deux Psaumes (137 et 114), Psaume 22, Schelomo, String Quartet No. 1 (first three movements), Three Jewish Poems.

New York: Danse Sacree, Sting Quartet No. 1 (Finale), Viola Suite (1919).

Cleveland: Baal Shem (violin and piano version), Concerto Grosso No. 1, Enfantines, Five Sketches in Sepia, Four Circus Pieces, In the Night, Melodie, Night, Nirvana, Paysages (Landscapes), Piano Quintet No. 1, Poems of the Sea, Prélude (Recueillement), Three Nocturnes, Violin Sonata No. 1.

Santa Fe: From Jewish Life, In the Mountains, Méditation Hébraïque, Nuit Éxotique, Poème Mystique (Violin Sonata No. 2)

San Francisco: Abodah, America, Four Episodes, Helvetia.

Roveredo-Capriasca: Avodath Hakodesh (Sacred Service).

Chatel, Haute-Savoie: Evocations, Piano Sonata, first of Two Pieces (Deux Pièces) for String Quartet, Violin Concerto, Visions and Prophecies, Voice in the Wilderness.

Rangeley Lakes, Maine: Baal Shem (violin and orchestra version).

Agate Beach: Concertino for Flute, Viola and Strings (or Piano), Concerto Grosso No. 2, Concerto Symphonique, Four Wedding Marches, In Memoriam, Meditation and Processional (viola and piano), Piano Quintet No. 2, Scherzo Fantasque, Sinfonia Breve, Six Preludes for Organ, String Quartets 2, 3, 4. 5, Suite Hébraïque, Suite Modale, Suite Symphonique, Symphony in E flat major, Trombone Symphony, Proclamation for Trumpet and Orchestra, Two Last Poems, second of Two Pièces (Deux Pieces) for String Quartet, Unaccompanied solo Suites for Violin, Viola, Cello.

Ernest Bloch Studies, “Locations,” Cambridge University Press, Edited by Alexander Knapp and Norman Solomon, p. xlvi.