Roger Judd playing the organ at St Georges Chapel, Windsor Castle.
Max Reger (1873-1916) was truly a prodigious composer: he wrote close on a thousand compositions in a working life of only 27 years, encompassing all musical genres except opera.
Thanks to his long friendship with the distinguished Organist (later Kantor) of St Thomass Church in Leipzig, Karl Straube (1873-1950), who was a tireless champion of Regers organ music and gave many performances of his work, it was his organ music that first brought him to public notice.
|1||Trauerode Funeral Ode Op 145 No 1|
|2||Dankpsalm Psalm of Thanksgiving Op 145 No 2|
|3||Weihnachten Christmas Op 145 No 3|
|4||Passion Passiontide Op 145 No 4|
|5||Ostern Easter Op 145 No 5|
|6||Pfingsten Pentecost Op 145 No 6|
|7||Siegesfeier Victory Celebration Op 145 No 7|
|8||Straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn (from Op 67)|
|9||Gott des Himmels und der Erden (from Op 67)|
|10||Benedictus (from Op 59)|
|11||Pastorale (from Op 59)|
|12||Præludium in D minor (from Op 65)|