Notes & Reviews:
At long last Max Reger's complete organ works are available again in one box set. As a goody for all Reger fans the complete organ arrangements of works by Johann Sebastian Bach are also part of this edition. The discs 1 - 12 present an overview of the complete organ works of Max Reger in manageable units. The numerous shorter chorale settings appear together with the longer works.
On the discs 13 & 14 Rosalinde Haas is presenting the complete recording of Max Reger's organ arrangements from 1902-3 of fifteen piano works by Bach (toccatas, fantasias, and preludes and fugues from The Well-Tempered Clavier) along with Reger's Course for Trio Playing on the Organ (Inventions by J. S. Bach) of 1903. Reger's course assigns the lower part in Bach's two-part inventions to the pedal and always adds a new middle part for the left hand to Bach's overall compositional design.
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