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Reger

Max . 1873--1916, German composer, noted esp for his organ works
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The disc's repertoire is imbued with a special tone by Hugo Wolf's songs, with Max Reger's organ part.
Durant pres d'une heure et demie, l'organiste a orne le silence sacral de la basilique Notre- Dame d'Afrique de gammes melodiques, savamment interpretees dans le ton releve du mode majeur, reprenant de celebres pieces comme Alexandre Guilmant, Georg Friedrich Handel, Henri Purcell, Gabriel Faure, Cesar Franck, Max Reger, Leon Boellmann, Camille Saint Saens et Georges Bizet.
Bruckner and Mahler, Schumann and Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Johann Strauss, Joseph Lanner and Franz von Suppe, Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss, Max Reger and Franz Schmidt, Anton Weber and Alban Berg precious documents from all of them are to be found in the archives.
Nineteen of the 286 songs composed by Max Reger (1873-1916) for voice and piano are lullabies in some form.
German composer Sir Max Reger is famous for this note to a music critic: 'Sir, I am seated in the smallest room in the house.
The Violin Concerto of Max Reger is rarely heard in the concert hall, probably because of its extreme length.
Yet no-one combined the polyphony of old with the romanticism of the future better than Max Reger (1873-1916), whose five giant fantasias on major Lutheran chorals, remain well beyond the remit of most players.
Mercier (music, Georgia College and State U.) and Nold, a pianist retired from the Manhattan School of Music, present the vocal repertoire of composer Max Reger (1873-1916).
For Spire at St George's Church in Jesmond, Charles will be playing JS Bach, along with Max Reger, with 20th Century work by Sofia Gubaidulina and Maurice DuruflA.
He previously received ACW funding to produce a work called Heddwch which was premiered in Wales, but the non-conformist is currently preparing for his first round of recordings with Warner with his repertoire embracing such composers as Max Reger, Valentin Alkan and Mily Balakirev.
Brahms had transcribed Bach's "Chaconne" for the left hand, and Max Reger and Saint-Saens had written a few pieces.
Camera (color, widescreen, DV-to-35mm), Celine Bozon; editor, Andrea Sedlackova; music, Max Reger; art director, Brigitte Brassart; costume designer, Karine Vintache.