Reger

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REGER, M.: Violin Concerto in A Major, Op. 101 (arr. R. Kolisch for violin and chamber ensemble)
Violin Concerto in A Major I. Allegro moderato From REGER, M.: Violin Concerto in A Major, Op. 101 (arr. R. Kolisch for violin and chamber ensemble) (2015) Released by Capriccio Reger: Violin Concerto in A Major – I. Allegro moderatoReger
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Always trust your Mother-in-Law!
Max and Elsa Reger
Throughout the turbulent and highly emotional times of courtship and early marriage, Max and Elsa Reger could steadfastly rely on the support of Auguste von Bagenski, Reger’s mother in law. Auguste had taken an immediate liking to Max, and even
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Max Reger
“In music, I owe everything to J.S. Bach”
Already a skilled pianist and organist, young Max Reger (1873-1916) saw performances of Meistersinger and Parsifal during his first Bayreuth pilgrimage. “When I heard Parsifal for the first time, as a fifteen-year-old, I cried for two weeks, and then I
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A Date with “Schlamperl”
Max Reger and Elsa von Bercken
Love, it is said, knows no boundaries! Too bad somebody forgot to tell the Catholic and Protestant Churches! You see, the German composer Max Reger was Catholic and the light of his eyes, Elsa von Bercken, was not only divorced
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Max Reger
“Giant in the Shadows” 100 years ago, Max Reger (1873-1916), one of the giants of music in Germany passed away prematurely at age 43. He was an exact contemporary of Rachmaninoff, one year younger than Scriabin, and one year older
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Max Reger: Violin Concerto / Chaconne
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 101 II. Largo con gran espressione From Max Reger: Violin Concerto / Chaconne (2012) Released by Ondine Max Reger: Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, Op. 101 – II. Largo con gran espressioneBeing “one of
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