Max Reger: A Bio-Bibliography by William E. GrimMax Reger: A Bio-Bibliography by William E. Grim

Max Reger: A Bio-Bibliography

byWilliam E. Grim

Hardcover | January 1, 1988

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Professor Grim's bio-bibliography is the first publication in English to bring together the considerable amount of scholarship that has been devoted to Reger's life and work and to his role in the transition from late romanticism to modernism. The volume begins with a brief biography and a discussion of Reger's works and his reputation among musicians, scholars, and the public. There follows a complete listings of works and performances and a discography of commercially produced recordings. The annotated bibliography includes writings by and about Max Reger and his music, compositional style, and performances, with passages from the more important publications quoted. Appendixes list Reger's compositions chronologically and by genre, and a comprehensive name index conludes the volume. The revival of critical interest in romantic and late romantic composers make this bibliography especially timely.
Title:Max Reger: A Bio-BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:281 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:January 1, 1988Publisher:GREENWOOD PRESS INC.

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ISBN - 10:0313253110

ISBN - 13:9780313253119

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Editorial Reviews

?Reger (1973-1916) is regarded in Germany as a major composer whose works exercised considerable influence on 20th-century musical developments, but in other countries (including the US) he is generally dismissed as a composer of contrapuntal works of bewildering complexity. Grim's bio-bibliography is welcomed as an important addition to the small body of Reger literature in English. . . it does contain an international listing of nearly 1,900 books, dissertations, articles, and reviews. Furthermore, Grim provides annotations, while Max-Reger-Bibliographie lists only citations. Grim also includes a lengthy, although not quite complete, discography (Jorge Bolet's London recording of the Telemann Variations and Wolfgang Anheisser's Electrola disc of Schlichte Weisen excerpts are unaccountably missing) and a biographical essay that succinctly assesses Reger's achievement and historical position. Grim's biobibliography should stimulate interest in the examination, performance, and reassessment of Reger's works on the part of English-speaking musicians and musicologists.??Choice