Max Reger - String Chamber Music | Querstand VKJK1617

Max Reger - String Chamber Music

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Label: Querstand

Cat No: VKJK1617

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 3

Genre: Chamber

Release Date: 29th July 2016

Contents

Artists

Erich Hobarth (violin, viola)
Catherine Meyerscough (violin)
Sara Glombitza (violin)
Hannah Burchardt (violin)
Daniel Tauber (violin)
Jueyoung Yang (violin)
Jae Jun Park (violin)
Tatjana Masurenko (viola)
Alexander Schmalcz (viola)
Friedemann Hecker (viola)
Neasa Ni Bhriain (viola)
Ronen Shifron (viola)
Peter Bruns (cello)
Annegret Bruns (cello)
Ayako Tanaka (cello)
Mizuki Waki (cello)
Martina Biondi (cello)
Carmen Dressler (cello)
Timothy Hopkins (cello)
Jungin Huh (cello)
Moritz Klauk (cello)
Elisabeth Kogan (cello)
Angele Legasa (cello)
Lukas Plag (cello)
Nerea Sorozabal (cello)
Friedrich Thiele (cello)
Fermin Villanueva (cello)
Margarethe Vogler (cello)
Dana de Vries (cello)

Works

Klengel, Julius

Hymnus for 12 cellos, op.57
Kleine Suite for 3 cellos
» I Andante
» II Gavotte
Scherzo for cello and piano in D minor, op.6

Reger, Max

Albumblatt in E flat major for clarinet or violin and piano, WoO II/13
Aria for solo violin and orchestra, op.103a (III)
Caprice
Cello Sonata no.4 in A minor, op.116
Duos (3), op.131b
Kleine Stucke nach eigenen Liedern, op.103c
» Herzenstausch
» Maria Wiegenlied
» Wenn die Linde bluht
Piano Trio in B minor, op.2
Pieces (2) for cello and piano, op.79e
Romance in G major (arr. Julius Klengel)
Sonatas (4) for solo violin, op.42
» no.1 in D minor
» no.2 in A major
Suites (3) for solo cello, op.131c
» no.1 in G major
Suites (3) for solo viola, op.131d
Violin Sonatas (7), op.91
» no.2 in D major
» no.6 in G major
Wiegenlied, op.79d, no.1

Artists

Erich Hobarth (violin, viola)
Catherine Meyerscough (violin)
Sara Glombitza (violin)
Hannah Burchardt (violin)
Daniel Tauber (violin)
Jueyoung Yang (violin)
Jae Jun Park (violin)
Tatjana Masurenko (viola)
Alexander Schmalcz (viola)
Friedemann Hecker (viola)
Neasa Ni Bhriain (viola)
Ronen Shifron (viola)
Peter Bruns (cello)
Annegret Bruns (cello)
Ayako Tanaka (cello)
Mizuki Waki (cello)
Martina Biondi (cello)
Carmen Dressler (cello)
Timothy Hopkins (cello)
Jungin Huh (cello)
Moritz Klauk (cello)
Elisabeth Kogan (cello)
Angele Legasa (cello)
Lukas Plag (cello)
Nerea Sorozabal (cello)
Friedrich Thiele (cello)
Fermin Villanueva (cello)
Margarethe Vogler (cello)
Dana de Vries (cello)

About

In 2016, the musical world commemorates the 100th anniversary of Max Reger’s death who had been born in 1873 in Brand/Upper Palatinate near the town of Weiden. With the exception of opera, Reger composed in all musical genres and for different instrumentations. His organ music figured highly – but nevertheless, it was chamber music which Reger concentrated on the longest: right up until his final composition, the Clarinet Quintet, op.146. To promote Reger’s music, it is necessary to bring young musicians in contact with it. Thus, there was born a unique project in cooperation between the Querstand label and University of Music and Theatre “Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy” Leipzig. 25 students from the string classes for violin, viola and cello have rehearsed chamber music works by Reger together with their internationally renowned teachers (Prof. Erich Höbarth, Prof. Tatjana Masurenko and Prof. Peter Bruns) and recorded them at the University. These works are now released in a 3-CD box. The listener gets an interesting insight into a part of Reger’s works which can only rarely been heard today. The cello CD sees the addition of some rare cello works by Julius Klengel, a Reger colleague at the Leipzig Conservatory and interpreter of Reger’s works, some of which were dedicated to him.

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