The Music of Max Reger

Frisch, Walter
December 2004
Musical Quarterly;Winter2004, Vol. 87 Issue 4, p628
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the music of German composer Max Reger. At the American Musicological Society and Society of Music Theory in Columbus, Ohio, two music theorist Daniel Harrison and Andrew Mead and two musicologists Antonius Bittmann and Walter Frisch presented a joint session on Reger's music. Four of the essays were included originated from the Reger session. They are complemented by a musicologist Reinhold Brinkmann's essay and translated by Bitmann.


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