Max Reger (1873-1916) composed more music for the organ than any German since J. S. Bach. While their styles were considerably different, an important similarity was their belief in absolute music. Like Bach, Reger also worked a significant amount of counterpoint into his compositions.
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Classical Archives: Max Reger
Biography, complete files offered in MIDI, MP3, and Windows Media audio formats, including live recordings of featured artists.
Biographical essay, links to related composers, and recommended discography from Classical Net's Basic Repertoire.
Biography, links, and directory of links to free MP3 audio files from Classic Cat.
Find A Grave listing with birth and death notes, biography, portraits, photographs of tomb, and interactive memorial.
Short filmography noting cinematic use of his works from the Internet Movie Database.
Wikipedia article with biography, partial works list, links, and internal references to related people and topics.
Summary of musical output, list of works, and links from Musicalics.
Listing at the Lied and Art Songs Text Page with list of vocal works linked to lyrics.
Max Reger (1873-1916)
Brief biographical sketch, summaries of orchestral, chamber, vocal and choral, piano, and organ music with Naxos discography.
Max Reger's Fugues on 'Kunst der Fuge'
Complete list of fugues and real performance on MIDI files.
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