The Hermit Playing the Violin from the "Bocklin-Suite" Op. 128
by Max Reger
Violin - Sheet Music

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SKU: BR.EB-8725

Composed by Max Reger. Edited by Klaus Uwe Ludwig. Arranged by Klaus Uwe Ludwig. Solo instruments; stapled. Edition Breitkopf. Klaus Uwe Ludwig found in the original score a highly colorful, variegated orchestral work that was practically asking to be transferred to the organ. The result is virtually a new orchestration. Solo concerto; Romantic; Late-romantic. Score. 16 pages. Breitkopf and Haertel #EB 8725. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.EB-8725).

ISBN 9790004181027. 12 x 9 inches.

With these two transcriptions by Reger (EB 8725) and Wagner (EB 8726), Breitkopf launches a new little publication series destined to meet the ever-growing interest in organ transcriptions. In each case, Klaus Uwe Ludwig found in the original score a highly colorful, variegated orchestral work that was practically asking to be transferred to the organ. The result is virtually a new orchestration. Organs from the Romantic era have proven especially well suited to these transcriptions, as their world premieres at the Walcker organ (1911) in Wiesbaden's Lutherkirche have shown.

Klaus Uwe Ludwig found in the original score a highly colorful, variegated orchestral work that was practically asking to be transferred to the organ. The result is virtually a new orchestration.