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  • Media
    Almut Ochsmann conversation with Dr Jürgen Schaarwächter Max Reger s Three pieces op 7 German podcast by Almut Ochsmann conversation with Dr Stefanie Steiner Grage Max Reger Institut acquires new music manuscripts German podcast by Almut Ochsmann speaker Moritz Chelius conversation with Prof Dr Susanne Popp Max Reger Dies Irae Christ Church Karlsruhe 11th May 2014 Live recording of Max Reger s Dies Irae from Requiem WoO V 9 Carsten

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  • Collections & Archive
    sharp minor Op 33 30 4 pp Chorale Fantasia on Wie schön leucht t uns der Morgenstern Op 40 no 1 21 pp 5 pp written by Straube Chorale Fantasia on Straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn Op 40 no 2 16 pp title page Chorale Fantasia on Alle Menschen müssen sterben Op 52 no 1 18 pp Chorale Fantasia on Wachet auf uns die Stimme Op 52 no 2 19 pp Chorale Fantasia on Halleluja Gott zu loben bleibe meine Seelenfreud Op 52 no 3 18 pp From Fifty two easily practicable Chorale Preludes Op 67 nos 1 51 84 pp Variations and Fugue on an original theme Op 73 32 pp title page Prelude and Fugue in F sharp Op 82 vol IV nos 1 2 4 pp Introduction Passacaglia and Fugue Op 127 41 p Nine Pieces Op 129 28 pp from Pieces Op 145 nos 1 3 5 6 7 27 pp Romance in A minor WoO IV 11 original and arrangement for harmonium 2 2 pp Vocal compositions with accompaniment Three Part Songs for Soprano Contralto Tenor Bass and Piano Op 6 16 pp Gesang der Verklärten Op 71 for five part chorus and large orchestra 50 pp 3 pp of text Die Nonnen Op 112 for mixed chorus and large orchestra 51 pp 2 title pages An die Hoffnung Op 124 for contralto and orchestra full score 28 pp piano score 8 pp Five Pieces for Castra Vetera WoO V 1 Peagant for the Lower Rhine Festival Wesel for chorus and orchestra full score 80 pp piano score for Tanz in der Mainacht 5 pp title page Carmen saeculare WoO V 2 for chorus and orchestra 51 pp Chorale Cantata Vom Himmel hoch da komm ich her WoO V 4 no 1 for soloists choir 2 violins and organ 16 pp title page Chorale Cantata Meinen Jesum lass ich nicht WoO V 4 no 2 for soprano choir violin viola and organ 12 pp Requiem WoO V 9 for soloists choir and orchestra 2 movements fragment 38 pp title page 41 pp 1 eliminated page Choral works a cappella Gieb dich zufrieden Op 79f no 14 2 pp From Ten songs for male chorus Op 83 nos 1 5 6 8 23 pp table of contents Motet O Tod wie bitter bist du Op 110 no 3 18 pp title page Abendgang im Lenz Op 111b no 2 for 4 part women s chorus 3 pp Lob Preis und Ehr sei Gott WoO VI 1 2 pp Vater unser WoO VI 22 for 12 part choir fragment 60 pp 1 inserted sheet Lieder with piano or organ accompaniment Six Lieder for medium voice and piano Op 4 19 pp Five Lieder for high voice and piano Op 8 11 pp Five Lieder for voice and piano Op 12 9 pp Five Duets for Sopran Alt and piano Op 14 13 pp Ich stehe hoch über m See for Bass and piano Op 14b 9 pp Ten Lieder for medium voice and piano Op 15 21 pp Glückes genug Op 37 no 3 for voice and piano 3 pp 1 title page Twelve Lieder Op 66 for middle voice and piano 29 pp title page Seventeen Lieder Op 70 for voice and piano 53 pp From Simple Tunes Schlichte Weisen for voice and piano Op 76 nos 3 9 11 13 22 24 25 29 30 56 44 pp and table of contents Six Lieder Op 104 for voice and piano 16 pp Slumbering Song WoO VII 17 for voice and piano 1 p Two Sacred Songs WoO VII 30 for voice and organ 8 pp Slumbering Song WoO VII 33 for voice and piano 3 pp Sacred song WoO VII 36 for voice and organ 2 pp In the Morning WoO VII 41 1st version 2 pp Early lieder duplicates by Josef Reger and others Adagio WoO VII 4 In ein Stammbuch WoO VII 5 Unter der Erde WoO VII 6 Bitte WoO VII 7 Bettlerliebe WoO VII 8 Lied des Harfenmädchens WoO VII 9 Dahin WoO VII 10 Der Traum WoO VII 11 Gute Nacht WoO VII 12 Du schläfst WoO VII 13 Gebet Op 4 no 1 34 pp title page Arrangements and editions of works by other composers Bach Passacaglia in C minor BWV 582 for organ arr for piano 4h Bach B2 no 10 10 pp title page Bach Preludes and fugues from the Wohltemperiertes Klavier arr for organ Bach B3 48 pp Bach Prelude and Fugue in E flat major BWV 552 for organ arr for piano 2h Bach B7 14 pp title page Schule des Triospiels J S Bach s 2 part Inventions arr for 3 part organ Bach B8 18 pp Bach Suite in G minor for small orchestra arr and instrumentated Bach B13 72 pp title page Bach editions Inventions French Suites English Suites Toccata and Fugue etc Italian Concerto Fantasia in C minor Capriccio in B flat major Bach H15 vols 4 5 7 10 11 Brahms Lieder arrr for piano 2h Brahms B1 vol 2 nos 1 6 14 pp Brahms Meine Liebe ist grün Op 63 Nr 5 instrumentated 6 pp Clementi Sonatinas Op 36 nos 1 2 3 Clementi B1 and Mozart Piano sonata in C major 1st movement Mozart B1 added violin part each a total of 8 pp title page Grieg Two Lieder instrumentated Grieg B1 6 6 pp Schubert Divertissement à la Hongroise Op 54 for piano Schubert B1 21 pp title page 7 Schubert Lieder instrumentated for voice and orchestra Schubert B3 74 pp Schumann Aufträge Op 77 no 5 arr for small orchestra Schumann B1 18 pp 2 title pp Schumann Two Lieder for voice and organ Schumann B5 4 pp Wolf Italian Serenade arr for piano 4h Wolf B5 19 pp Wolf Four Lieder instrumentated Wolf B7 19 pp Skizzen for Op 56 Op 63 nos 5 8 Op 65 nos 3 4 Op 66 nos

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  • BuschBrothersArchive
    Reger Institut initially as a permanent loan for scholarly research and in 2003 given the dissolution of the Busch Brothers Society as a donation Even since the archive is continually growing e g by generous donations from Adolf Busch s estate The close personal and artistic relationship between Max Reger and particularly Fritz and Adolf Busch whom the composer once labelled his two musical sucklings which had lasting consequences for the reception and interpretation of his works far beyond Reger s death in 1916 immediately prompted a natural connection with the Max Reger Institut The BuschBrothersArchive consists of an extensive collection of letters performance programmes and reviews photographs pictorial material music both printed and in manuscript books and sound recordings documenting the life and work of conductor Fritz Busch 1890 1951 violinist and composer Adolf Busch 1891 1952 actor Willi Busch 1893 1951 cellist Hermann Busch 1897 1975 and pianist and composer Heinrich Busch 1900 1929 Supported by the BuschBrothersArchiv and the Hoepfner Stiftung Edition 49 published for the first time more than forty compositions of Adolf Busch Since 2008 CD releases of historic recordings of performances by Fritz and Adolf Busch were produced by the labels Profil Hänssler Guild Historical and Immortal Performances Additionally the BuschBrothersArchive supports exhibitions concerts and sound recordings of music featuring Adolf and Fritz Busch A small portion of the holdings of the BuschBrothersArchive is on display at the BrüderBuschGedenkstätte Busch Memorial Rooms in Siegen The discographies of Fritz Busch PDF and of Adolf Busch PDF prepared by Gert Schäfer and Professor Dr Klaus Schöler in collaboration with the BuschBrothersArchive is intended to give a comprehensive overview of all recordings known by the conductor and the violinist including lesser known broadcasts and privately owned acetates Contact Dr Jürgen Schaarwächter Max Reger Institut Elsa Reger Stiftung

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  • BuschBrothersArchive
    Reger Institut initially as a permanent loan for scholarly research and in 2003 given the dissolution of the Busch Brothers Society as a donation Even since the archive is continually growing e g by generous donations from Adolf Busch s estate The close personal and artistic relationship between Max Reger and particularly Fritz and Adolf Busch whom the composer once labelled his two musical sucklings which had lasting consequences for the reception and interpretation of his works far beyond Reger s death in 1916 immediately prompted a natural connection with the Max Reger Institut The BuschBrothersArchive consists of an extensive collection of letters performance programmes and reviews photographs pictorial material music both printed and in manuscript books and sound recordings documenting the life and work of conductor Fritz Busch 1890 1951 violinist and composer Adolf Busch 1891 1952 actor Willi Busch 1893 1951 cellist Hermann Busch 1897 1975 and pianist and composer Heinrich Busch 1900 1929 Supported by the BuschBrothersArchiv and the Hoepfner Stiftung Edition 49 published for the first time more than forty compositions of Adolf Busch Since 2008 CD releases of historic recordings of performances by Fritz and Adolf Busch were produced by the labels Profil Hänssler Guild Historical and Immortal Performances Additionally the BuschBrothersArchive supports exhibitions concerts and sound recordings of music featuring Adolf and Fritz Busch A small portion of the holdings of the BuschBrothersArchive is on display at the BrüderBuschGedenkstätte Busch Memorial Rooms in Siegen The discographies of Fritz Busch PDF and of Adolf Busch PDF prepared by Gert Schäfer and Professor Dr Klaus Schöler in collaboration with the BuschBrothersArchive is intended to give a comprehensive overview of all recordings known by the conductor and the violinist including lesser known broadcasts and privately owned acetates Contact Dr Jürgen Schaarwächter Max Reger Institut Elsa Reger Stiftung

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  • Busch biographies
    1951 2 February 1951 first post war appearances in Germany in Cologne and Hamburg August September 1951 conducts opera performances at the Edinburgh Festival last public appearance on 8 September conducting Don Giovanni 14 September 1951 dies in London Adolf Busch 8 August 1891 born in Siegen 1901 first violin tuition 1902 1909 studies at the Cologne Conservatoire with Professor Willy Hess Professor Bram Eldering and Professor Fritz Steinbach financially supported by the Düsseldorf couple Schmitz Scholl 1908 First encounter with Max Reger for whom he privately performs the latter s Violin Concerto from memory Reger is delighted seit 1909 activities as a soloist ab 1912 leader of the Wiener Konzertvereins Orchester and of the Wiener Konzertvereins Quartett renamed in 1919 Busch Quartet 1913 marries Frieda Grüters 1946 in Bonn 21 June 1917 Birth of the daughter Irene 1998 who is married from 1935 to Rudolf Serkin 1918 1922 Professor of Violin at the Berlin Conservatoire from 1920 duo partner of Rudolf Serkin 1926 official founding of the Busch Serkin Trio 1927 1939 in Basle acquires the Swiss Citizenship in 1935 1929 1930 Teacher of Yehudi Menuhin April 1933 cancels all concert engagements in Germany in consequence of the beginning progrom 1935 founds his own chamber orchestra 1938 Co founder of the International Music Festival in Lucerne 1939 emigration to the US 1947 return to Europe 1947 marries Dr Hedwig Vischer 2006 a childhood friend of Irene Serkin 6 Dezember 1948 Birth of the son Nicholas Ragnar 2005 from 1949 returns to Germany as a performer 1950 Co founder of the School of Music in Marlboro Vermont 18 November 1950 Birth of the son Thomas 18 Dezember 1951 last public appearance in Basle Brahms s Violin Concerto 9 Juni 1952 dies in Guildford Vermont shortly after having completed a setting of Psalm 6 for chorus orchestra and organ Op 70 Adolf Busch was a prolific composer his œuvre comprising vocal instrumental organ and chamber music only music for the stage is missing in his output Willi Busch 23 April 1893 born in Siegen bookseller s apprentice at the P J Tonger bookshop in Cologne attends the Actors School in Cologne 1912 1914 first engagement at the Deutsches Theater in Cologne 1914 engagement at the Deutsches Künstlertheater in Berlin 1914 1915 fights at the Eastern front during the Great War 1916 1917 is a member of the front theatre at the German Theatre in Brussels 1919 1947 Senior actor at the newly founded Bochum Municipal Theatre where he performs all major classical and many contemporary roles is hailed as an impressive character actor 31 June 1931 marries the actress Margarethe Thelemann 1994 who ends her career after the marriage 24 March 1932 Birth of the son Frieder 1939 1942 Director of the Westphalian Actors School in Bochum 1945 1946 rebuilds the Theatre after the Second World War 1947 1951 Member of the ensemble of the Cologne Municipal Theatre 10 May 1951 dies in Cologne after having collapsed on stage during rehearsals

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  • BBA Publications
    Klaus Schöler downloadbare pdf unter http www max reger institut de media busch diskografie pdf pp 3 4 online seit 21 Januar 2008 Jürgen Schaarwächter Vorwort in Adolf Busch Werke insgesamt über 40 einzelne Kompositionen Karlsruhe Edition 49 2008 2010 Jürgen Schaarwächter Fritz Busch in Dresden in Siegener Beiträge Jahrbuch für regionale Geschichte 13 14 2008 9 ed by Geschichtswerkstatt Siegen Arbeitskreis für Regionalgeschichte e V Siegen 2009 pp 204 219 Jürgen Schaarwächter Vorwort in Tonträgerverzeichnis Diskografie Adolf 1891 1952 zusammengestellt von Gert Schäfer und Klaus Schöler downloadbare pdf unter http www max reger institut de media busch adolf diskografie pdf pp 3 4 online seit 18 April 2011 Almut Ochsmann Fritz Busch in Buenos Aires ein Westfale in Südamerika in Siegener Beiträge Jahrbuch für regionale Geschichte 16 2011 ed by Geschichtswerkstatt Siegen Arbeitskreis für Regionalgeschichte e V Siegen 2011 pp 87 104 Jann Reuter Regerfreund und Meistergeiger Adolf Busch zum 60 Todestag in Mitteilungen der Internationalen Max Reger Gesellschaft 22 Heft 2012 pp 16 17 Jürgen Schaarwächter Einer musste bleiben Willi Busch Schauspieler und Regisseur in Siegener Beiträge Jahrbuch für regionale Geschichte 18 2013 ed by Geschichtswerkstatt Siegen Arbeitskreis für Regionalgeschichte e V Siegen 2013 pp 184 216 Susanne Popp Berufung und Verzicht Fritz Busch und Richard Wagner Köln 2013 280 S Almut Ochsmann Konzert mit zwei Uraufführungen Fritz Busch wagt Regers Motette und Toveys Sinfonie in Mitteilungen der Internationalen Max Reger Gesellschaft 24 Heft 2013 pp 16 19 Susanne Popp Erinnerungen an Wolfgang Burbach Gründer der Brüder Busch Gesellschaft in Mitteilungen der Internationalen Max Reger Gsellschaft 25 Heft 2014 pp 25 29 Jürgen Schaarwächter Zwischen Tradition und Moderne der Komponist Adolf Busch in Jahrbuch des Staatlichen Instituts für Musikforschung Preußischer Kulturbesitz 2013 ed by Simone Hohmaier Mainz 2014 pp 339 371 Susanne Popp Macbeth im Dreiklang Shakespeare Verdi und Fritz Busch in Die süße Macht der Töne Zur Bedeutung der Musik in Shakespeares Werken und ihrer Rezeption ed by Ute Jung Kaiser u Anette Simonis Hildesheim 2014 Wegzeichen Musik Bd 9 pp 173 209 Jürgen Schaarwächter Fritz Busch zum 125 Geburtstag in Semper Magazin Jg 2014 5 Heft 4 2015 pp 42 43 sowie in Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden Saison 2014 2015 6 Symphoniekonzert 6 7 8 Februar 2015 Programmheft pp 22 25 und 8 Symphoniekonzert 29 30 März 2015 Programmheft pp 38 41 Jürgen Schaarwächter Busch Serkin Reger Riehen Ausstellung und Kammermusikfestival in Riehen In KULTUR lebendig 2 Heft 2015 im Druck Jürgen Schaarwächter Mozart und mehr Fritz Busch und Glyndebourne in Siegener Beiträge Jahrbuch für regionale Geschichte 20 ed by Geschichtswerkstatt Siegen Arbeitskreis für Regionalgeschichte e V Siegen 2015 im Druck CDs Fritz Busch Sämtliche Dresdner Aufnahmen 1923 1932 Heuhausen 2008 Profil Hänssler PH07032 Fritz Busch Sämtliche Dresdner Aufnahmen 1923 1932 Cover Fritz Busch Conducts Beethoven Chopin Brahms Dvorák in New York Edinburgh 1950 Ramsen Colchester 2009 Guild GHCD 2354 Fritz Busch Conducts Beethoven Chopin Brahms Dvorák in New York Edinburgh 1950 Cover Fritz Busch Conducts Mozart Così fan tutte o sia la Scuola degli amanti New

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  • Publications
    28 80 Der junge Reger Briefe and Dokumente vor 1900 Der junge Reger Briefe und Dokumente vor 1900 Stuttgart 2000 Cover ed by Susanne Popp 2000 509 pp German 24 322 EUR 34 80 Lukas Haselböck Analytische Untersuchungen zur motivischen Logik bei Max Reger Analytische Untersuchungen zur motivischen Logik bei Max Reger Stuttgart 2000 Cover 2000 283 pp German 24 321 EUR 27 80 Reger Studien 6 Musikalische Moderne and Tradition Reger Studien 6 Musikalische Moderne und Tradition Stuttgart 2000 Cover International Reger congress Karlsruhe 1998 ed by Alexander Becker Gabriele Gefäller and Susanne Popp 2000 412 pp German one article English 24 320 EUR 39 80 Petra Zimmermann Musik and Text in Max Regers Chorwerken großen Styls 1997 202 pp German 24 319 EUR 24 80 Hermann Wilske Max Reger Zur Rezeption in seiner Zeit 1995 424 pp German 24 318 EUR 37 80 Reger Studien 5 Beiträge zur Regerforschung ed by Susanne Shigihara 1993 383 pp German one article English 24 317 EUR 34 80 Reger Studien 4 Colloque franco allemand Deutsch französisches Kolloquium Paris 1987 ed by Susanne Shigihara 1989 268 pp German French 24 316 EUR 27 80 Roman Brotbeck Zum Spätwerk Max Regers Fünf Diskurse 1988 135 pp German 24 315 EUR 21 80 Rainer Cadenbach Max Reger Skizzen and Entwürfe Quellenverzeichnis and Inhaltsübersichten 1988 132 pp German 24 314 EUR 21 80 Reger Studien 3 Analysen and Quellenstudien ed by Susanne Popp and Susanne Shigihara 1988 265 pp German out of print Reger Studien 2 Neue Aspekte der Regerforschung ed by Susanne Shigihara 1986 181 pp German 24 313 EUR 34 80 Lothar Mattner Substanz and Akzidens Analytische Studien an Streichquartettsätzen Max Regers 1985 101 pp German 24 312 EUR 14 80 Martin Möller Untersuchungen zur Satztechnik Max Regers Studien an den Kopfsätzen der Kammermusikwerke Wiesbaden 1984 232 pp German 24 311 EUR 25 80 Johannes Lorenzen Max Reger als Bearbeiter Bachs Studien an den Kopfsätzen der Kammermusikwerke 1984 232 pp German out of print Reger Studien 1 Festschrift für Ottmar Schreiber zum 70 Geburtstag am 16 Februar 1976 ed by Günther Massenkeil and Susanne Popp 1978 170 pp German one article English out of print Publications of the MRI Publication discontinued Max Reger CDiskographie and Verzeichnis lieferbarer Noten ed by Stephanie Twiehaus in collaboration with Nicole Kämpken 1999 203 pp German 24 310 EUR 7 80 Max Reger Briefe an die Verleger Lauterbach Kuhn Teil 2 ed by Herta Müller 1998 413 pp German 24 308 20 EUR 19 80 Max Reger Briefwechsel mit dem Verlag C F Peters ed by Susanne Popp and Susanne Shigihara 1995 707 pp German 24 309 EUR 25 80 Max Reger Briefe an die Verleger Lauterbach Kuhn Teil 1 ed by Susanne Popp 1993 542 pp German 24 308 10 EUR 24 80 Max Reger Rezeption in Amerika by Jurriaan Harold Meyer 1992 206 pp German 24 307 EUR 14 80 Max Reger Briefe an Karl Straube ed by Susanne Popp 1986 276 pp German 24 306 EUR 19 80 Max Reger Bibliographie Das internationale Schrifttum über Max Reger von 1967 bis 1981 ed by Susanne Shigihara 1983 109 pp German 24 305 EUR 14 80 Max Reger Briefe an Fritz Stein ed by Susanne Popp 1982 216 pp German 24 304 EUR 14 80 Max Reger in seinen Konzerten ed by Ingeborg and Ottmar Schreiber Teil 1 Reger konzertiert 1981 244 pp German 24 303 10 EUR 14 80 Teil 2 Programme der Konzerte Regers 1981 348 pp German 24 303 20 EUR 24 80 Teil 3 Rezensionen der Konzerte Regers 1981 383 pp German 24 303 30 EUR 19 80 Max Reger Briefe zwischen der Arbeit Neue Folge ed by Ottmar Schreiber 1973 296 pp German out of print Max Reger Bibliographie Das internationale Schrifttum über Max Reger 1895 1966 ed by Helmut Rösner 1968 138 pp German out of print Reger Gedenkschrift zum 50 Todestag ed by Ottmar Schreiber and Gerd Sievers 1966 217 pp German 24 301 00 EUR 6 80 Max Reger Briefe zwischen der Arbeit ed by Ottmar Schreiber 1956 207 pp German out of print Festschrift für Elsa Reger Erinnerungen and Beiträge persönlicher Freande 1950 77 pp German out of print Max Regers 75 Geburtstag Joseph Haas Max Reger Hans Mersmann Reger und unsere Zeit 1948 24 pp German out of print RWA Scholarly critical edition hybrid edition of works and sources Ed in commission of the Max Reger Institut Elsa Reger Foundation under the project leadership of Susanne Popp and Thomas Seedorf Category I Organ works Vol 7 Organ pieces III Ed by Alexander Becker Christopher Grafschmidt Stefan König and Stefanie Steiner Grage xxx 207 pp DVD Carus 2015 CV 52 807 EUR 208 00 Romance in A minor WoO IV 11 organ version Twelve Pieces for organ op 80 Four Preludes and Fugues for organ op 85 Prelude and Fugue in G sharp minor for organ WoO IV 15 Prelude and Fugue in F sharp minor from op 82 vol IV organ version Nine Pieces for organ op 129 Altniederländisches Dankgebet WoO IV 17 organ version Organ Pieces op 145 Vol 6 Organ pieces II Ed by Alexander Becker Christopher Grafschmidt Stefan König and Stefanie Steiner Grage xxvi 195 pp DVD Carus 2014 CV 52 806 EUR 188 00 Twelve Pieces for organ op 65 Prelude and Fugue in D minor for organ WoO IV 10 Ten Pieces for organ op 69 Five Easy Preludes and Fugues for organ op 56 Postlude in D minor for organ WoO IV 12 Vol 5 Organ pieces I Ed by Alexander Becker Christopher Grafschmidt Stefan König and Stefanie Steiner Grage xxviii 217 pp DVD Carus 2014 CV 52 805 EUR 185 00 Three Pieces for organ op 7 Six Trios for organ op 47 Prelude in C minor for organ WoO VIII 6 Fugue in C minor for organ WoO IV 8 Twelve Pieces for organ op 59 Monologe Twelve Pieces for organ op 63 Vol 4 Chorale preludes Ed by

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  • Reger-Werkausgabe
    supported by the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz as part of the Academies Program Co operation partner of the MRI is the Institute for Musicology and Music Computer Sciences at the Hochschule für Musik Karlsruhe The RWA is divided into three parts devoted to the following areas of Max Reger s output Organ works 7 volumes Songs and choral works 10 volumes Arrangements of works by other composers 11 volumes Editorial directors of the RWA are Prof Dr Susanne Popp and Prof Dr Thomas Seedorf editors of the individual volumes Dr Alexander Becker Dr Christopher Grafschmidt Dr Stefan König and Dr Stefanie Steiner Grage The RWA as a hybrid edition combines volumes of printed music with digital excerpts All of the sources manuscripts first prints letters as well as illustrating documents are made available on DVD scientifically processed by Edirom software Their reproduction annotation and comparison offer all users who want to understand the work from its beginnings or to delve deeper into the compositional working process numerous insights into Reger s working processes and into the works themselves The encyclopedic portion of the DVD enriches and illuminates the examination of the sources and offers further information and

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