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Track(s) taken from CDH55109

Mariä Wiegenlied, Op 76 No 52

composer

Leslie Howard (piano)
Recording details: October 1981
Unknown, Unknown
Produced by Andrew Keener
Engineered by Tony Faulkner
Release date: September 1986
Total duration: 2 minutes 1 seconds
 
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Reviews

'Wreathed in laurels for his marathon cycle of Liszt's complete piano works, the Australian born, London based pianist Leslie Howard has come up with a typically bright idea to showcase his digital dexterity' (The Observer)
Most of Max Reger’s enormous output consists of extremely complex instrumental music but for his Opus 76 he produced sixty (!) songs which have their origin in folk poetry and song. Number 52 is the Mariä Wiegenlied (‘Mary’s Cradle Song’) which became immediately popular and was transcribed for piano by Reger himself and published in 1924.

from notes by Leslie Howard © 2004

Pour son op.76, Max Reger – dont l’essentiel de l’œuvre colossal est constitué d’une musique instrumentale fort complexe – produisit soixante (!) mélodies puisant toutes leur source dans la poésie et le chant populaires. Rencontrant d’emblée le succès, la mélodie no52, Mariä Wiegenlied («La berceuse de Marie»), fut transcrite pour piano par Reger lui-même et publiée en 1924.

extrait des notes rédigées par Leslie Howard © 2004
Français: Hypérion

Der größte Teil des gewaltigen Œuvres von Max Reger besteht aus extrem komplexen Instrumentalwerken, aber als Opus 76 hat er sechzig (!) Lieder volkstümlichen Ursprungs herausgegeben, und die Nr. 52 ist Mariä Wiegenlied, das von Anfang an populär war und von Reger persönlich für Klavier bearbeitet und 1924 veröffentlicht worden ist.

aus dem Begleittext von Leslie Howard © 2004
Deutsch: Anne Steeb/Bernd Müller

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