Skip to main content

Max Reger (Composer)

Born: 19th March 1873, Brand

Died: 11th May 1916, Leipzig

Nationality: German

Johann Baptist Joseph Maximilian Reger commonly known as Max Reger, was a German composer, pianist, organist, conductor, and academic teacher. He worked as a concert pianist, as a musical director at the Leipzig University Church, as a professor at the Royal Conservatory in Leipzig, and as a music director at the court of Duke Georg II of Saxe-Meiningen.

Reger first composed mainly Lieder, chamber music, choral music and works for piano and organ. He later turned to orchestral compositions, such as the popular Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart (1914), and to works for choir and orchestra such as Gesang der Verklärten (1903), Der 100. Psalm (1909), Der Einsiedler and the Hebbel Requiem (both 1915).

Popular Works: Reger

All Works: Reger

Recent Best Sellers: Reger

  • Journey Through A Century
    SACD: $16.00
    Download from $10.00
  • The Christmas Album: Traditional Christmas Carols and Songs
    2 Presto CDs: $24.75
    Download from $10.00
  • Heimat
    CD: $16.00
  • Edith Peinemann: The SWR Studio Recordings 1952-1965
    5 CDs: Original price ($44.50) Reduced price $31.00
    Download from $50.00
  • Christa Ludwig - The Complete Recitals on Warner Classics
    11 CDs: $41.00
    Download from $20.00
  • Romantic Piano Concertos, Vol. 1
    Download from $10.00