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1. Fant Und Fuge Uber B-A-C-H, Op.46
2. Drei Choralvorspiel: Allein Gott In Der Hoh Sei Ehr, Op.135a No.2
3. Drei Choralvorspiel: Jesus, Meine Zuversicht, Op.135a No.13
4. Drei Choralvorspiel: Lobe Den Herren, Op.135a No.15
5. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): I. Praludium
6. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): II. Pastorale
7. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): III. Intermezzo
8. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): IV. Kanon
9. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): V. Tokkata
10. Zwolf Stucke, Op.59 (Auswahl): VI. Fuge
11. Choralvorspiel 'Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme' Op.135a No.25
12. Fant Uber 'Wachet Auf, Ruft Uns Die Stimme' Op.52 No.2
13. Drei Choralvorspiele: Nun Komm, Der Heiden Heiland, Op.67 No.29
14. Drei Choralvorspiele: Es Kommt Ein Schiff Geladen (Ohne Opuszahl)
15. Drei Choralvorspiele: Wie Schon Leuchet Der Morgenstern (Ohn Opuszahl)
16. Fant Uber 'Wie Schon Leucht' Uns Der Morgenstern' Op.40 No.1

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Wonderful Reger as Modernist! April 6 2013
By Peter P. Fuchs - Published on Amazon.com
Ironically, the Bach -oriented Fantasia and Fugue that open this fine CD could not sound more modernist and edgy. I hate to put it so simply, but there is such a vast wasteland of boring organ music available, and fawned over incomprehensibly by devotees, that a somewhat radical take on a crazy Catholic ("Catholic to his fingertips" say the liner notes) like Reger is very welcome.......because it is the opposite of dull. No wonder Reger is supposed to have had a number of dramatic mental episodes, for his organ writing suggests it in a genius way At least he wrote some organ music which kind of evokes it seriously as a thorny issue. All thanks to the organist Haas here, who makes such delectation possible. Avery savvy player, indeed.


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