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Acht deutsche geistliche Gesange

By Max Reger

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Composed by Max Reger (1873-1916). Edited by Gunter Graulich. This edition: Paperbound. German title: Acht Deutsche Geistliche Gesange. Sacred vocal music, Mass sections, Requiem, Epiphany, Feasts of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Hymns in praise of the Virgin Mary. Full score. Composed 1914. 32 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 50.408/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.5040800).

Item Number: CA.5040800

ISBN 9790007081812.

In the Acht geistliche Gesange Reger created a series of choral pieces whose straightforward, generally choral homophonic texture is reminiscent of chorales by J. S. Bach. The harmonic structure - in contrast to that of the large-scale choral works with orchestral accompaniment - is uncomplicated, and therefore makes demands on the singers which are not difficult to meet.

  • Unser lieben Frauen Traum, Op. 138 no. 4 (And to our blessed lady) - F-Dur/F major  Performed by Max Reger
  • Der Mensch lebt und bestehet, Op. 138 no. 1 (A man can live and flourish) - a-Moll/A minor  Performed by Max Reger
  • Morgengesang, Op. 138 no. 2 (Thou highest light, day without end) - Es-Dur/Eb major  Performed by Max Reger
  • Nachtlied, Op. 138 no. 3 (The night advances) - h-Moll/B minor  Performed by Max Reger
  • Kreuzfahrerlied, Op. 138 no. 5 (In God's great name we go our way) - Dorisch/Dorian  Performed by Max Reger
  • Schlachtgesang, Op. 138 no. 7 (With God's own help, we go to war) - F-Dur/F major  Performed by Max Reger
  • Das Agnus Dei, Op. 138 no. 6 (Lamb of God) - e-Moll/E minor  Performed by Max Reger
  • Wir glauben all an einen Gott, Op. 138 no. 8 (Our faith is in one true God) - G-Dur/G major  Performed by Max Reger
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