Christopher Anderson's Max Reger and Karl Straube: Perspectives on an Organ PDF

By Christopher Anderson

Max Reger (1873-1916) might be best-known for his organ track. This speedy assumed a sought after position within the repertory of German organists due in huge degree to the efforts of Reger?s modern Karl Straube (1873-1950). the private and collegial dating among the composer and performer all started in 1898 and constructed till Reger?s dying. by means of that point, Straube had validated himself as a huge artist and instructor in Leipzig and the critical authority for the translation of Reger?s organ tune. The Reger-Straube courting functioned on a few degrees with decisive results either for the composition of the tune and its interpretation over a interval fraught with upheaval on sociopolitical, non secular and aesthetic fronts. This ebook evaluates the importance of the connection among the composer and organist utilizing fundamental resource fabrics comparable to autograph acting manuscripts, stories, programmes, letters and archival resources from modern organ development. the result's a far stronger figuring out of Reger when it comes to functionality perform and reception heritage, and a re-evaluation of Straube and, extra extensively, of Leipzig as a musical centre in this period.

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