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Gerhard Weinberger|Reger: Organ Works, Vol. 7

Reger: Organ Works, Vol. 7

Gerhard Weinberger

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At long last the successful Reger Edition of CPO continues on its way. The critics have been more than enthusiastic about the previous releases, and Musik & Theater even stated: “These recordings number among the best currently available in the field of Reger’s organ music”. This seventh volume is featuring Reger’s five easy-to-play Preludes and Fugues, Op. 56.

Although the composer termed this composition “an organ work of small caliber” in a letter to the publisher Lauterbach & Kuhn, the critics reacted positively, and the organist and composer Robert Frenzel numbered its pieces, which form anything but a secondary work, “among the most poetic phenomena in the most recent organ literature”. The generic combination of “Prelude and Fugue” is frequently assigned to the realm of so-called absolute music, but Reger’s Op. 56 does not seem to belong to this world in which only the musical structure is of significance; instead, particularly the preludes, which mostly practice dynamic moderation – like many of the “pieces” from Op. 59 and other works – are distinguished by a pronounced poetic character. © CPO

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Introduktion, Variationen und Fuge über ein Originalthema, Op. 73 (Max Reger)

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Introduktion - Variationen
00:34:01

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Fuge. Vivacissimo
00:05:05

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Präludium und Fuge in E Major, Op. 56 No. 1 (Max Reger)

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I. Präludium
00:06:44

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II. Fuge
00:03:53

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Präludium und Fuge in G Major, Op. 56 No. 3 (Max Reger)

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I. Präludium
00:07:11

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II. Fuge
00:05:56

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Fantasie und Fuge in C Minor, Op. 29 (Max Reger)

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I. Fantasie
00:07:32

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II. Fuge
00:07:37

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Präludium und Fuge in D Minor, Op. 56 No. 2 (Max Reger)

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I. Präludium
00:04:07

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II. Fuge
00:03:11

Max Reger, Composer - Gerhard Weinberger, Artist, MainArtist

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Choralvorspiele, Op. 79b (Excerpts) (Max Reger)

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No. 1, Ach Gott, verlass mich nicht
00:02:14

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No. 3, Herr, nun selbst den Wagen halt
00:01:27

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No. 8, Christ ist erstanden von dem Tod
00:01:23

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No. 9, Christus, der ist mein Leben
00:01:45

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No. 11, Nun danket alle Gott
00:01:55

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Präludium und Fuge in B Minor, Op. 56 No. 5 (Max Reger)

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I. Präludium
00:07:26

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(C) 2021 CPO (P) 2021 CPO

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II. Fuge
00:05:13

Max Reger, Composer - Gerhard Weinberger, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CPO (P) 2021 CPO

Fantasie und Fuge in D Minor, Op. 135b (Max Reger)

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I. Fantasie
00:09:42

Max Reger, Composer - Gerhard Weinberger, Artist, MainArtist

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II. Fuge
00:11:55

Max Reger, Composer - Gerhard Weinberger, Artist, MainArtist

(C) 2021 CPO (P) 2021 CPO

Album Description

At long last the successful Reger Edition of CPO continues on its way. The critics have been more than enthusiastic about the previous releases, and Musik & Theater even stated: “These recordings number among the best currently available in the field of Reger’s organ music”. This seventh volume is featuring Reger’s five easy-to-play Preludes and Fugues, Op. 56.

Although the composer termed this composition “an organ work of small caliber” in a letter to the publisher Lauterbach & Kuhn, the critics reacted positively, and the organist and composer Robert Frenzel numbered its pieces, which form anything but a secondary work, “among the most poetic phenomena in the most recent organ literature”. The generic combination of “Prelude and Fugue” is frequently assigned to the realm of so-called absolute music, but Reger’s Op. 56 does not seem to belong to this world in which only the musical structure is of significance; instead, particularly the preludes, which mostly practice dynamic moderation – like many of the “pieces” from Op. 59 and other works – are distinguished by a pronounced poetic character. © CPO

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