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Sichten auf Max Reger und seinen Schüler Paul Aron

Mit Korrespondenz des Ehepaars Reger und Aron

Herausgegeben von Prof. Dr. Matthias Herrmann

Tectum,  2020, 200 Pages

ISBN 978-3-8288-4300-4

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The work is part of the series Dresdner Schriften zur Musik (Volume 8)
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englischThe oeuvre of Max Reger (1873–1916) evoked approval and rejection during the composer's lifetime. Reger also polarized as a person. The present volume deals with Reger's compositional oeuvre and with his personal environment – in the form of his student Paul Aron (1886–1955) from Dresden. At times, he was part of the close network of relationships between the Reger couple. The letters and cards from Reger to Aron from 1905 to 1915, as well as Reger's assessments, which are completely edited for the first time here, are supplemented by Aron's letters from the front of the First World War to Elsa Reger after the death of her husband (1916–1918). The extensive correspondence between Max Reger and Paul Aron shows an exciting teacher-student relationship more than 100 years ago. The sensitive texts of well-known authors trace a detailed picture of the composer.


With contributions by

Vitus Froesch, Manuel Gervink, Peter Gülke, Michael Heinemann, Matthias Herrmann, Jörn Peter Hiekel, Stefanie Steiner-Grage

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