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Reger

(German ˈreːɡər)
n
(Biography) Max (maks). 1873–1916, German composer, noted esp for his organ works
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'Ave Maria' by Franz Schubert, Max Reger's 'Mary's Lullaby', J.S.
The Requiem is a similarly monumental work, attempting a kind of heroic historical background for the regime in a style suggestive of German music of the past, notably that by Johannes Brahms and Max Reger. Alfredo Casella's opera Il deserto tentato (1937) is the object of a study by Justine Comtois.
Bach was followed by another German composer Max Reger's 'Suite No.
An Italian born in Greece in 1891, having studied under the renowned composer Max Reger in Germany, he'd moved to Paris in 1910, followed shortly thereafter by his older brother, Giorgio.
As a farewell, as if my absorption capacity had not yet been exhausted, Paul also showed me a book by Max Reger, On the Theory of Modulation, which explains transitions from one harmony to another.
The German choir will perform pieces by Mozart, Carl Maria von Weber, Mendelssohn, Schubert and Max Reger." She added, "The concert will close with all three choirs singing together.
Bach, Johann Ludwig Krebs (1713-1780), Anton Bruckner, and Max Reger.
Her newest recording, Max Reger: The Forgotten Romantic, features music from five of the composer's solo piano collections.
Organist of Leeds Parish Church and Leeds Town hall, Dr Lindley will perform a programme that includes pieces by Max Reger, Herbvert Austin Fricker and Hayden Wood as well as Parry's famous composition Jerusalem.
Composers featured on the program include Naji Hakim, Grigor Arakelian, Max Reger, Hugo Wolf, Maurice Ravel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart and Claudio Monteverdi.
4; and the Introduction and Passacaglia of Max Reger.