Isabelle Demers Celebrates Max Reger
From the Royal Festival Hall in London, Isabelle Demers celebrates the organ music of Max Reger, with his transcriptions of Bach and the Chorale Fantasia, Op 52 No 2.
From the Royal Festival Hall
Isabelle Demers celebrates the organ music music of Max Reger.
Bach: Chromatic fantasia and fugue in D minor, BWV.903 transc. Reger
2-Part Invention No.1 in C, BWV.772 transc. Reger
2-Part Invention No.5 in E flat, BWV.776 transc. Reger
2-Part Invention No.6 in E, BWV.777 transc. Reger
2-Part Invention No.8 in F, BWV.779 transc. Reger
Reger: Chorale fantasia, Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, Op.52 No.2
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Reger: Introduction, passacaglia & fugue in E minor, Op.127
Isabelle Demers, organ
2016 is the centenary of the death of Max Reger, who contributed some of the most impressive and monumental works to the organ repertoire. Isabelle Demers, who took the organ world by storm at the Royal Festival Hall organ's gala concert in 2014, returns to champion Reger's music in a selection of works by this giant of the organ repertoire.
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