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Reger: Three Organ Pieces, Op. 7 - Method of Trio Playing - Three Chorale Preludes, Op. 67, Nos. 36-38

Christian Barthen

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Three Organ Pieces, Op. 7  
1
No. 1. Prelude and Fugue in C Major. Prelude
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
3:02
2
No. 1. Prelude and Fugue in C Major. Fugue
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
5:38
3
No. 2. Fantasia on "Te deum laudamus"
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
8:16
4
No. 3. Fugue in D Minor
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
7:44
Method of Trio Playing: 15 Inventions, BWV 772-786 (arr. by M. Reger & K. Straube)  
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Invention No. 1 in C Major, BWV 772
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:32
6
Invention No. 2 in C Minor, BWV 773
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
2:06
7
Invention No. 3 in D Major, BWV 774
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:36
8
Invention No. 4 in D Minor, BWV 775
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:31
9
Invention No. 5 in E Flat Major, BWV 776
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
2:11
10
Invention No. 6 in E Major, BWV 777
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
2:36
11
Invention No. 7 in E Minor, BWV 778
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:36
12
Invention No. 8 in F Major, BWV 779
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:18
13
Invention No. 9 in F Minor, BWV 780
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:55
14
Invention No. 10 in G Major, BWV 781
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:12
15
Invention No. 11 in G Minor, BWV 782
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:52
16
Invention No. 12 in A Major, BWV 783
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
2:04
17
Invention No. 13 in A Minor, BWV 784
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:51
18
Invention No. 14 in B Flat Major, BWV 785
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:57
19
Invention No. 15 in B Minor, BWV 786
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
1:37
52 Easy Chorale Preludes on the most common Protestant chorales, Op. 67  
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No. 36. Sollt' ich meinem Gott nicht singen
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:56
21
No. 37. Straf' mich nicht in deinem Zorn
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:06
22
No. 38. Valet will ich dir geben
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:14
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Prelude in C Minor, WoO 8, No. 6
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
1:27
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Fugue in C Minor
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:21
Prelude and Fugue in D Minor, WoO 4, No. 10  
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Prelude
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:52
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Fugue
Max Reger; Christian Barthen
2:58
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 913 (transcribed by M. Reger for Organ)  
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Toccata
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
3:06
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Fugue
Johann Sebastian Bach; Christian Barthen
3:50
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    75:24
Max Reger’s status as the supreme German organ composer since J.S. Bach has never been seriously challenged, and this album explores the inspiration that Reger found in his great model. Some of the earliest music here, such as the Three Organ Pieces, is thoroughly imbued with the spirit of Bach. This is the final volume in the critically acclaimed 16 album series of Reger’s complete organ works. Award-winning German organist Christian Barthen is the featured performer on this 2014 release; his second appearance on this Reger cycle.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Naxos Studio Masters

Recorded in Fulda Cathedral, Germany, 10–11 June 2013
Producer: Wolfgang Rübsam
Recorded & edited by RMC Classical, Music Inc. USA
Booklet notes: Keith Anderson
Editions: Breitkopf & Härtel (tracks 1–4, 20–22); Bote & Bock (5–19); Henle Verlag (23–26); Universal Edition (27–28)
Cover photo: Part of the Rieger-Sauer Organ, Fulda Cathedral (Dr Thomas Sitte)

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