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Max Reger, Henrico Stewen - Organ Works (CD)


  1. From to , Max Reger was active as a teacher of piano, organ, and theory. Following military service, he returned to Weiden in and wrote a number of his finest works for organ. He went to Munich in , first gaining general recognition as a pianist and later as a composer; was professor of counterpoint at the Konigliche Akademie.
  2. May 07,  · Max Reger, German composer and teacher noted for his organ works, which use Baroque forms; he was one of the last composers to infuse life into 19th-century musical traditions. Reger studied at Weiden. In he heard Die Meistersinger and .
  3. STEWEN, HENRICO - Organ Works - postpogneulomico.eninhisdijeapohumbdimellobookchi.infoinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Audio CD, Import, December 19, "Please retry" $ $ $ Audio CD, September 10, — — — Streaming.
  4. The exception organist Martin Schmeding has recorded the Complete Organ Works by Max Reger on a total of 17 Volumes, and without exception on 13 different historic organs from Reger time and the very first time in one-dimensional (CD Layer), twodimensional (Surround Sound) as well as in three-dimensional sound quality (3D-Binaural-Stereo - SACD-Stereo version).4/5(2).
  5. The two major organ works on these discs (his longest for organ) show Max Reger at the height of his powers; not only do they sustain a structural coherence over an impressive span, but they show an almost inexhaustible proliferation of invention.5/5(2).
  6. The Organ Historical Society celebrates, preserves and studies the pipe organ in all its historic styles, through research, education, advocacy and music.
  7. Max Reger’s Organ Music: An Introduction. Posted on 11th May 25th March On location in Germany, UK Reger expert Prof. Graham Barber introduces a selection of Reger's organ works and discusses their context and performance. This film was specially commissioned by the RCO from Fugue State Films for iRCO.
  8. REGER, M.: Organ Works (Complete) (CD Box Set) Max Reger was the greatest German composer for organ since Johann Sebastian Bach. His extensive series of works for the instrument include the popular Toccata and Fugue in D minor and Fantasy and Fugue on B-A-C-H, the Symphonic Fantasia and Fugue, which he called his most technically challenging, and the glorious sequence of Choral .
  9. Max Reger: The Organ Works / Kurt Rapf, organ [14 CDs] 14 CD / MPS Records / Performers: Rapf, Kurt Max Reger was a master of the organ, so compiling his entire output for the instrument is no small feat.

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