The Britannic Organ - Vol. 8
Reger and Contemporaries Play Max R
The Museum of Music Automatons in Seewen and
the Max Reger Institute in Karlsruhe both contain
recording rolls made by Max Reger and several of
his contemporaries manufactured by the firm of M.
Welte & Sons on a Welte Philharmonie recording organ
beginning in 1911 in Freiburg im Breisgau. This
double CD contains, for the first time, not only all
the recordings that Reger made for the firm, but also
more interpretations of Reger‘s works on the second
CD with the organists Günther Ramin, Kurt Grosse,
Walter Fischer and Joseph Messner. These interpretations
also sound as if played by magic on the Britannic
Organ of the Museum of Music Automatons.