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An Organ Recital by C.H.TREVOR


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Though Max Reger 's enormous output ranged over music of a great many different orders, the organ was his first love, and remained an absorbing interest for him all his life. As a boy he was lucky in finding opportunities for organ practice and playing, and seized them so successfully that at quite an early age he was entrusted with the responsibility for many important services. His father, a schoolmaster, was keenly interested in music, and did everything possible to help the boy. Organists were among the first to recognise the value of Roger's music, and from all over the world they have been quick to welcome the fine things he added to the organ repertory. All profoundly sincere, his pieces for the instrument range over many moods, from the most devoutly solemn to music specifically for recital purposes.
Gustav Merkel , famous nineteenth century organist, functioned for the most of his career in Dresden. He wrote a great number of pieces for his instrument, of which the nine sonatas are the most representative of his works and the most important.


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