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Max Reger: The Complete Organ Works / Jean-Baptiste Dupont, organ

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>Reger, Max [Composer] : Chorale Fantasias (3) for organ, Op. 52
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Trios (6) for organ, Op. 47
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Fantasia and Fugue for organ in D minor, Op. 135b
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Little Chorale Preludes (30) for organ, Op. 135a

Album Summary

>Reger, Max [Composer] : Chorale Fantasias (3) for organ, Op. 52
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Trios (6) for organ, Op. 47
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Fantasia and Fugue for organ in D minor, Op. 135b
>Reger, Max [Composer] : Little Chorale Preludes (30) for organ, Op. 135a
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Notes & Reviews:

Max Reger is one of the major composers of the German organ school. He is greatly appreciated by Anglo-Saxon organists, but his music has been long looked down on by French organists. On this CD, Jean-Baptiste Dupont gives us a taste of Reger's music with the first volume of the Complete Organ Works, the goals of which are to fill a certain discographic insufficiency, and to attract organists' and music lovers' attention to this music by the originality of the undertaking.



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Works Details

>Reger, Max [Composer] : Chorale Fantasias (3) for organ, Op. 52
  • Performer: Jean-Baptiste Dupont (Organ)
  • Running Time: 61 min. 8 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Written: 09/1900

>Reger, Max [Composer] : Trios (6) for organ, Op. 47
  • Performer: Jean-Baptiste Dupont (Organ)
  • Running Time: 18 min. 16 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Written: 1900

>Reger, Max [Composer] : Fantasia and Fugue for organ in D minor, Op. 135b
  • Performer: Jean-Baptiste Dupont (Organ)
  • Running Time: 23 min. 6 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Written: 03/01/1916

>Reger, Max [Composer] : Little Chorale Preludes (30) for organ, Op. 135a
  • Performer: Jean-Baptiste Dupont (Organ)
  • Running Time: 41 min. 29 sec.
  • Period Time: Romantic
  • Written: 09/1914