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Max Reger: Complete String Trios & Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 133

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Max RegerComplete String Trios & Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 133

A tunefully harmonic approach to compositional complexity: Max Reger’s String Trios and Piano Quartet in a spirited recording by the Trio Lirico.more

"The Trio Lirico and pianist Detlev Eisinger are completely at one with Reger’s works and convince with a beautifully blended sonority and a refined musicianship." (Pizzicato)

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​​The violinist Franziska Pietsch and her Trio Lirico present their debut album on audite.

In between the poles of preserving tradition and striving towards fin de siècle modernism, Max Reger composed three works between 1904 and 1914/15 featuring a particular sense of clarity which the composer associated with Mozart. Even at their premieres, the two String Trios and the late Piano Quartet each caused a sensation, not least as their compositional complexity, for which Reger was (in)famous, mostly runs underneath the surface, creating an easier listening experience. These tuneful and harmonically rich works which, at times, enter into direct dialogue with works of the past, are rarely heard, even though they represent important cornerstones of their respective genres.

The Trio Lirico was founded in 2014 and soon established itself on the concert scene. The ensemble's varied repertoire ranges from classicism through to contemporary music. The three performers are brought together by their passion for chamber music; in addition, all three also enjoy solo careers. It is this soloistic influence within a chamber music formation that constitutes the trademark of the ensemble: the chamber music dialogue is conducted with soloistic passion without neglecting the ensemble's homogeneity. The result is a unique combination of enthusiastic and spirited music-making and attractive suspense. The Munich-based pianist Detlev Eisinger joins the ensemble for the Piano Quartet.

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Badische Neueste Nachrichten
Badische Neueste Nachrichten | Dienstag, 16. Oktober 2018 | sws | October 16, 2018 Expressiv

Die Abstimmung nicht nur der weit gespannten Dynamik ist ebenso überzeugend wie die Intonationssicherheit des „Trio Lirico“. Beim Klavierquartett tritt mit Detlev Eisinger ein gleich gestimmter Pianist hinzu, der ebenso wie die Streicher bereit ist, der Klangwelt Regers in all ihren Facetten nachzugehen.Mehr lesen

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Die Abstimmung nicht nur der weit gespannten Dynamik ist ebenso überzeugend wie die Intonationssicherheit des „Trio Lirico“. Beim Klavierquartett tritt mit Detlev Eisinger ein gleich gestimmter Pianist hinzu, der ebenso wie die Streicher bereit ist, der Klangwelt Regers in all ihren Facetten nachzugehen.

Fanfare | October 2018 | Gavin Dixon | October 15, 2018 | source: http://dev.fanfa...

Four releases are self-recommending, though the obscure repertoire on three and the purely technological reasons for the rerelease of the fourthMehr lesen

Four releases are self-recommending, though the obscure repertoire on three and the purely technological reasons for the rerelease of the fourth justify further recommendation beyond the praise I’ve already lavished in reviews.
Reger’s chamber music is thankfully well served on record (German listeners remain receptive), but Trio Lirico here demonstrate that there is always room at the top. Their accounts of the two string trios and the Second Piano Quartet are light and lively, bringing out all the Mozartian elegance, yet without diminishing Reger’s always expansive musical gestures. […]
Four releases are self-recommending, though the obscure repertoire on three and the purely technological reasons for the rerelease of the fourth

www.recordsinternational.com | 29/08/2018 | August 29, 2018 | source: https://www.reco...

The 1904 first string trio (1904) is a light, refreshing piece in the spirit of early Viennese Romanticism while the equally sunny and serenade-likeMehr lesen

The 1904 first string trio (1904) is a light, refreshing piece in the spirit of early Viennese Romanticism while the equally sunny and serenade-like second dates from 1915 (and its fugue finale was Reger's last fugue!). A big-boned, gloomy and intense work, the 37-minute piano quartet dates from the first month of World War I and has an orchestral quality which reminds us that Reger was working on the finale to his Mozart Variations. So, 83 minutes almost equally divided between “light” and “serious” Reger.
The 1904 first string trio (1904) is a light, refreshing piece in the spirit of early Viennese Romanticism while the equally sunny and serenade-like

Fanfare | July / August 2018 | Gavin Dixon | July 1, 2018

These three works all bring out Reger’s Mozartian sensibilities. The textures are clear and the movements are well structured and well proportioned.Mehr lesen

These three works all bring out Reger’s Mozartian sensibilities. The textures are clear and the movements are well structured and well proportioned. Yet there is little sense of Neoclassical restraint here: The music is passionate and often intense. The op. 77b String Trio dates from 1904, during Reger’s Munich years, his most progressive and experimental phase. But writing for just three instruments brought a clarity and focus to his music that was often lacking in his larger projects of the time. The op. 141b String Trio and the op. 133 Piano Quartet date from 1915 and 1914 respectively, towards the end of Reger’s short life, when he had retreated to Jena and resolved to write music to his own taste, rather than compete with the fashions of the day. So there is directness and simplicity here too, along with a good helping of the sophisticated harmony and intricate counterpoint that we find in almost all his music.

The German ensemble Trio Lirico do an outstanding job, giving performances that are light and buoyant, with beautiful clarity of texture and finely gauged balance between the instruments. Focused articulation helps to propel the lines, and the viola and cello in particular often display a woody, tactile attack, while the overall tone is suitably balanced between transparency and richness. Pianist Detlev Eisinger fits perfectly into the ensemble for the Piano Quartet. In all three performances, the string players indulge in some sweeping rubato gestures in the transitions—ideal for this music—and Eisinger seems to goad them even further, into daringly broad and opulent phrasing. The gamble always pays off.

As with most of Reger’s chamber music, the competition for these three works is select but strong. And, as usual, the benchmark is the MDG series from the 1990s. The string trios there, from the Mannheimer String Quartet (MDG Gold 336 0711 and 336 0722) are weightier in tone and recorded in a warmer and more ambient setting that is easier on the ear where these are more confrontational. Interpretively, they are similarly well executed and conveyed, so the two versions deserve joint top billing. But don’t miss the excellent version from the Vogl Trio on Gramola (98943). Their approach is lighter and more conversational in the counterpoint, lacking a little in drama but still impressive.

The MDG version of the Piano Quartet, again with the Mannheimer String Quartet, with pianist Claudius Tanski (336 0714) has a compelling sense of urgency in the first movement which Trio Lirico seem to lack, at least by comparison. But the audio quality on the new version is superior. The other versions available are not competitive: The Fanny Mendelssohn String Quartet (Troubadour 1415) is rushed, while the Aperto Piano Quartet (Naxos 8.570786) lacks focus and engagement, and neither version comes close to this or the MDG for audio quality.

Generous running time and an unusually well-translated booklet round out an attractive package. Just one complaint: The Audite label used to champion SACD. Its new approach seems to be to issue standard CDs, but with a high-resolution, surround-sound download equivalent. I’m sorry to have missed out on that, but it could potentially elevate this joint first into a clear winner.
These three works all bring out Reger’s Mozartian sensibilities. The textures are clear and the movements are well structured and well proportioned.

American Record Guide | May/June 2018 | Don O’Connor | May 1, 2018

In these chamber works, the music is sometimes dense and dissonant, but at the same time these characteristics often combine to form music that’sMehr lesen

In these chamber works, the music is sometimes dense and dissonant, but at the same time these characteristics often combine to form music that’s passionately emotional. It’s easy to hear why Schoenberg regarded Reger as a genius.

Trio 1 has a slow, soulful introduction, giving way to further emotional sounds. II has a sweet tune of near-Schubertian purity. It’s developed with intense feeling and innovative key changes by a man who wrote a book on that technique. III, a vigorous scherzo, has an athletic theme whose first and second phrases give the impression of being in different keys. IV pays homage to Mozart, especially the finale of Symphony 39. The debt is audible, but the music still has a life of its own transcending mere imitation.
Trio 2 has an expressive I, and II is even more poignant. It’s a set of variations, another Reger specialty. The brief—three-minute—last movement has a bouncing cello theme worked through with exceptional contrapuntal skill.

The opening bars of the quartet surge out to the listener, then taper down to starker voicing. The music builds to overwhelming richness and must be one of the most tremendous movements ever written for this medium. II, the scherzo, is a cute fugato. Its interlude has slower, more introverted music, developing over an uneasy syncopated pedal before the fugato theme returns. It wears its learning lightly. Much of III is a dialog between strings and keyboard. With its heartfelt arching lines, it gives the impression of a formal structure assembling itself. IV contrasts a sparkling opening in high register with a more legato melody. To use a contradiction, there’s a feel of weighty whimsy. A second theme has a gradually rising chromatic contour like the last movement of the composer’s Eichendorff Suite. The music concludes with Brahmsian depth and scope.

The playing on all three pieces is first-rate. The players have accurate intonation—not always a given with Reger—and full, steady tone quality. They also have complete sympathy with this music. The recording has resonant, close-up sound.
In these chamber works, the music is sometimes dense and dissonant, but at the same time these characteristics often combine to form music that’s

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Gramophone
Gramophone | March 2018 | Peter Quantrill | March 1, 2018

Once read, it's hard to forget, but best to lay aside Reger's claim for his Op 77b String Trio as satisfying the demands of his age for a new Mozart.Mehr lesen

Once read, it's hard to forget, but best to lay aside Reger's claim for his Op 77b String Trio as satisfying the demands of his age for a new Mozart. 'Even more beautiful' it may be than the Flute Serenade with which it shares an opus number, but the trio's least far-fetched claim to cast some flickering shadow of Mozartian lightness of spirit lies in a divertimento-like character most pleasingly heard in a Larghetto which shares the formal, spacious layout and grave beauties of the gardens in Potsdam and the Nymphenburg. The rough, stamping humour of the subsequent Scherzo rather coarsely banishes any lingering illusion of imperial (or Classical) finesse, though the finale makes partial amends with a Haydnesque turn of dialogue and brevity.

If the steam of dumplings still rises from Reger's better-known chamber and orchestral music for some listeners – I'm rather partial to a dish of Griessklösschen myself – then they should find the calorie count more to their taste in the attenuated textures of the string trio, even in the more densely woven lines of Op 141b. The German Trio Lirico do a fine job of sounding more like a sextet, not without some effort caught by the microphones. Rival ensembles on Naxos and Gramola are also audibly taxed – somehow huffing and sighing are grist to the mill of the Regerian aesthetic – but I prefer the ebb and flow of the new recording, the opportunities for contrast and genial dialogue taken wherever they arise, such as in the serenade-like lilt of the first movement's second theme.

The Second Piano Quartet is one of those several works composed after Reger had had a close encounter with a Brahmsian archetype (in this case the C minor Quartet, Op 60), and there is even a furtive tip of the hat to his exemplar at the start of the development section. Here again a sympathetic recording balance is key to the success of the performance, placing Detlev Eisinger's contribution at a discreet distance while making clear that this is a partnership of musical equals.
Once read, it's hard to forget, but best to lay aside Reger's claim for his Op 77b String Trio as satisfying the demands of his age for a new Mozart.

Das Orchester | 02/2018 | Alexander Walther | February 1, 2018

Insgesamt gelingt es den Solisten auf dieser CD vorzüglich, die tief empfundenen Stimmungs- und Charakterbilder nuancenreich nachzuzeichnen. Die schöpferische Auseinandersetzung mit den verschiedenen Spieltechniken steht so immer wieder in reizvoller Weise im Mittelpunkt.Mehr lesen

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Insgesamt gelingt es den Solisten auf dieser CD vorzüglich, die tief empfundenen Stimmungs- und Charakterbilder nuancenreich nachzuzeichnen. Die schöpferische Auseinandersetzung mit den verschiedenen Spieltechniken steht so immer wieder in reizvoller Weise im Mittelpunkt.

Diapason
Diapason | N° 665 fevrier 2018 | Jean-Claude Hulot | February 1, 2018

Toujours soucieux de mettre ses pas dans ceux de ses augustes modèles, Max Reger ne pou – vait pas passer à côté du trio à cordes illustré parMehr lesen

Toujours soucieux de mettre ses pas dans ceux de ses augustes modèles, Max Reger ne pou – vait pas passer à côté du trio à cordes illustré par Mozart (le génial Divertimento KV 563 ) et Beethoven (les Opus 3, 8 et 9). Il en a composé deux, glissés dans des opus doubles (ce qui explique le « b » après le numéro). La volonté de simplification du langage s’y accorde à la concision du propos. Le naturel l’emporte, et la qualité de l’écriture n’a rien à envier à celle des quatuors, datant de la même époque. Quant au Quatuor avec piano n° 2 de 1915, une des dernières œuvres de Reger, il se situe dans la descendance avouée de l’ Opus 60 de Brahms, tout comme le quintette avec clarinette, à peine plus tardif, s’inspire également de l’ Opus 115 de son prédécesseur.

Le Trio Lirico, formation allemande créée en 2014, maîtrise les codes très spécifiques du Reger tardif (entre épure et tension harmonique extrême). Detlev Eisinger apporte une densité du son toute brahmsienne au Quatuor op. 133, dont il fait un chef-d’œuvre comparable au Quintette avec clarinette op. 146, avec une plus grande décantation que dans le Quatuor op. 113. Ce programme original n’a pour concurrence que la série MDG du Quatuor de Mannheim avec Claudius Tansky, aux couplages différents. La version des quatuors avec piano par le Quatuor Elyséen, dans l’ancienne intégrale Da camera Magna, s’incline devant les nouveaux venus.
Toujours soucieux de mettre ses pas dans ceux de ses augustes modèles, Max Reger ne pou – vait pas passer à côté du trio à cordes illustré par

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www.musicweb-international.com | Monday January 29th | Stephen Greenbank | January 29, 2018 | source: http://www.music...

I can understand why many find Reger's music unforgiving and daunting. It took me a while to crack the hard shell of the nut. Once I did, after muchMehr lesen

I can understand why many find Reger's music unforgiving and daunting. It took me a while to crack the hard shell of the nut. Once I did, after much perseverance, I discovered the wealth of treasures that lie within. I am pleased to say that the music featured on this disc is some of the least forbidding in his output. A large part of Reger's compositional oeuvre consists of chamber music, and these two String Trios and Piano Quartet are certainly more approachable than the String Quartets.

“It is absolutely clear to me that what our present age lacks is a Mozart” declared Reger in June 1904. The result was the String Trio No. 1 in A minor, Op. 77b. It was premiered in November of that same year to great critical acclaim. It sounds quite extrovert at times, almost certainly in an attempt to capture some of that Mozartian lightness. After a solemn introduction, the opening movement suddenly springs to life, the energetic thrust alternates with contrasting lyrical warmth. A tender Larghetto follows, reflective in disposition. The good-humoured Scherzo sounds quite neoclassical in style. Quoting a theme from Mozart's Abduction from the Seraglio, the finale cannot fail to raise a smile.

I, personally, find the String Trio in D minor, Op. 141b the more attractive of the two; maybe this is the reason why it is positioned first on the CD. A late work, it was completed in 1915, a year before Reger’s untimely death. It is a reworking of a Flute Serenade, Op. 141a, and is structured in three movements. Despite the glow of the opening movement, there is a pervading sadness and sense of longing. This is followed by a theme and variations, elegant and skilfully etched. The Vivace, which ends the work, is sun-soaked, with a playful abandon. The Trio proved popular with public and critics alike after the first performance, and it is hardly surprising.

The Trio Lirico join forces with pianist Detlev Eisinger for an impassioned reading of the Piano Quartet No. 2 in A minor, Op. 133. The work was begun in 1914 and premiered at the Leipzig Gewandhaus in February 1915. It was published a year later. At the time, the critics praised its “glorious sororities” and its “vocal, vivid and catchy” melodies. For me, there are powerful echoes of Brahms in the music. Reger's often dense, syrupy textures and virtuosic piano writing are a notable feature of the intensely passionate opening movement. A frolicsome Vivace follows, offering some light relief. A noble, ardently-etched Largo precedes a spirited finale.

The Trio Lirico was formed in 2014, and this is their debut CD. Recorded last year, it marks the centenary of the composer's death on 1916. These are stunning performances, with precision ensemble. The Trio are utterly committed to the music and their interpretations are thoroughly convincing. Detlev Eisinger I would equally praise for the passion, energy and refinement he brings to the Piano Quartet. Audite's plush sound is another asset. For the uninitiated, especially, this constitutes a highly recommended Reger chamber music primer.
I can understand why many find Reger's music unforgiving and daunting. It took me a while to crack the hard shell of the nut. Once I did, after much

BBC Radio 3
BBC Radio 3 | Sat 20 Jan 2018, 9.00 am | Andrew McGregor | January 20, 2018 | source: http://www.bbc.c... BROADCAST
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They have the tone to match don’t they. Very warm, very rich and soupy, it’s lovely.Mehr lesen

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They have the tone to match don’t they. Very warm, very rich and soupy, it’s lovely.

De Gelderlander | 30-12-17 | Maarten-Jan Dongelmans | December 30, 2017 | source: https://www.geld... Waar droomdebuut voor Trio Lirico

Zelden heb ik zo'n emotionele weelde bij slechts drie strijkers beluisterd. [...] Wat een rijkdom aan suggestie, sfeer en afwisseling. [...] deze release vormt voor dit drie jaar jonge ensemble een waar droomdebuut op Audite.Mehr lesen

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Zelden heb ik zo'n emotionele weelde bij slechts drie strijkers beluisterd. [...] Wat een rijkdom aan suggestie, sfeer en afwisseling. [...] deze release vormt voor dit drie jaar jonge ensemble een waar droomdebuut op Audite.

Der neue Tag
Der neue Tag | 21.12.2017 | Peter K. Donhauser | December 21, 2017 | source: https://www.onet... Oberpfälzer Komponist im Wechselbad der Gefühle
Das Trio Lirico und Detlev Eisinger präsentieren Reger

[...] der Klang ist ausgesprochen direkt, als säße man geradezu in Griffweite der Musiker. Jeder Bogenansatz, jede der reichhaltigen Klangfarben ist glasklar zu hören. [...] Ein reger Reger-Genuss!Mehr lesen

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[...] der Klang ist ausgesprochen direkt, als säße man geradezu in Griffweite der Musiker. Jeder Bogenansatz, jede der reichhaltigen Klangfarben ist glasklar zu hören. [...] Ein reger Reger-Genuss!

WDR 3
WDR 3 | TonArt | 15.12.2017 | Marcus Stäbler | December 15, 2017 | source: https://www1.wdr... BROADCAST

Das Trio Lirico kostet die sanglichen Melodien von Regers Musik genüsslich aus [...] demonstriert ein hohes technisches und künstlerisches Niveau. [...] Wer Max Reger sonst als zu sperrig erlebt und deshalb nur schwer einen Zugang zu seinem Schaffen findet, sollte dem Album eine Chance geben. Es lohnt sich.Mehr lesen

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Das Trio Lirico kostet die sanglichen Melodien von Regers Musik genüsslich aus [...] demonstriert ein hohes technisches und künstlerisches Niveau. [...] Wer Max Reger sonst als zu sperrig erlebt und deshalb nur schwer einen Zugang zu seinem Schaffen findet, sollte dem Album eine Chance geben. Es lohnt sich.

Audio
Audio | 12/2017 | Andreas Fritz | December 1, 2017

Hier spielen drei gleichberechtigte und selbstbewusste Solisten, die sich zu einem homogenen Ganzen ergänzen. Als kongenialer Partner tritt Detlev Eisinger beim vollmundigen Klavierquartett hinzu. [...] Ein gelungenes Debütalbum des Trios Lirico.Mehr lesen

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Hier spielen drei gleichberechtigte und selbstbewusste Solisten, die sich zu einem homogenen Ganzen ergänzen. Als kongenialer Partner tritt Detlev Eisinger beim vollmundigen Klavierquartett hinzu. [...] Ein gelungenes Debütalbum des Trios Lirico.

The Scotsman | Monday, 20.11.2017 | November 20, 2017

The performers are the Trio Lirico and pianist Detlev Eisinger, whose performances elicit the rich complexities as well as the clarity of Reger’s writing.Mehr lesen

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The performers are the Trio Lirico and pianist Detlev Eisinger, whose performances elicit the rich complexities as well as the clarity of Reger’s writing.

www.pizzicato.lu | 09/11/2017 | Uwe Krusch | November 9, 2017 | source: https://www.pizz... Der zugängliche Reger

Viele Werke von Max Reger zeichnen sich durch eine erweiterte Harmonik aus, der es an Regeln zu fehlen scheint, sowie durch eine mitunter sprödeMehr lesen

Viele Werke von Max Reger zeichnen sich durch eine erweiterte Harmonik aus, der es an Regeln zu fehlen scheint, sowie durch eine mitunter spröde Instrumentation und das Fehlen singbarer melodischer Elemente, so dass dem Hörer der Zugang oft schwer fällt. In eine andere Kategorie gehören die hier vereinten Werke. Mit Ihnen wollte Reger nicht nur eine Rückbesinnung auf sein Vorbild Mozart verwirklichen, sondern auch einen Gegenpunkt zu Richard Strauß und seinen erfolgreichen symphonischen Großkompositionen setzen.

Obwohl die Doppelopus Nummern 77 und 141 mit gut zehn Jahren Abstand entstanden sind, eint sie doch die einfachere Struktur. Diese äußert sich beispielweise in weniger ausgeprägter chromatischer Fortschreibung und häufiger eingesetzter paralleler Stimmführung zweier Instrumente. Auch das Zweite Klavierquartett folgt dieser Entwicklung. Diese Veränderungen im Stil führten in der zeitgenössischen Kritik sogar zur Vermutung eines Karnevalsscherzes, weil dieser ohnehin Reger ablehnende Kritiker diese Einfachheit nicht deuten konnte. Der Erfolg beim Publikum und bei der anderen Kritikern war jedoch groß.

Das ‘Trio Lirico’ hat in der kurzen Zeit seines Bestehens schon eine außerordentliche Reife erreicht, die sich in einem ausgeglichenen homogenen Spiel äußert, das jedoch die persönlichen und instrumentalen Eigenheiten seiner Mitglieder nicht leugnet.

Für das Klavierquartett haben sie den Pianisten Detlev Eisinger eingebunden. Diese Ergänzung ist völlig unproblematisch, da er auch der Duopartner der Geigerin des Trios, Franziska Pietsch, ist und mit ihr auch schon einige Einspielungen vorgenommen hat. Diese Aufnahme scheint die Premiere des Trios auf dem Tonträgermarkt zu sein. Dazu kann man ohne Zweifel sagen, dass das Ensemble, auch mit dem Pianisten, einen famosen Start hingelegt hat, der die Hoffnung auf weitere erfolgreiche Schritte begründet.

For a large part of the audience, Max Reger’s chamber music is often difficult to access. With his two string trios and the second piano quartet however, the composer has written a more catchy music. The Trio Lirico and pianist Detlev Eisinger are completely at one with Reger’s works and convince with a beautifully blended sonority and a refined musicianship.
Viele Werke von Max Reger zeichnen sich durch eine erweiterte Harmonik aus, der es an Regeln zu fehlen scheint, sowie durch eine mitunter spröde

www.opusklassiek.nl | oktober 2017 | Aart van der Wal | October 1, 2017 | source: https://www.opus...

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In het voorwoord van haar Reger-biografie schreef Susanne Popp: ‘Werk

Die Presse
Die Presse | 23.08.2017 | Wilhelm Sinkovicz | August 23, 2017 | source: http://diepresse... Das Trio Lirico und Pianist Detlev Eisinger liefern einen guten Einstieg in Max Regers Klangwelt

Das deutsche Trio Lirico und Pianist Detlev Eisinger dröseln die dennoch nicht ganz unkomplizierten Stimmengeflechte quasi spielerisch auf, musikantisch im besten Sinne des Wortes. Mehr lesen

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Max Reger: Complete String Trios & Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 133
article number: 97.714
EAN barcode: 4022143977144
price group: BCA
release date: 22. September 2017
total time: 83 min.

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Oct 12, 2018
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Das Orchester
Warum ist die Kammermusik von Max Reger selbst in deutschen Konzertsälen...
Nov 21, 2018
Review

Fanfare
Four releases are self-recommending, though the obscure repertoire on three and...
Oct 18, 2018
Review

Badische Neueste Nachrichten
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Jan 10, 2018
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Qobuz campaign
Sep 25, 2018
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www.recordsinternational.com
The 1904 first string trio (1904) is a light, refreshing piece in the spirit of...
Jul 26, 2018
Review

Fanfare
These three works all bring out Reger’s Mozartian sensibilities. The textures...
Jan 2, 2018
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Klang: 4/5 Ohren - Max Reger: Complete String Trios & Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 133
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5/5 Noten - Max Reger: Complete String Trios & Piano Quartet in A Minor, Op. 133
May 28, 2018
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http://mz.kmpztr.ru
В преддверии 145‑летия со дня рождения Макса...
May 16, 2018
Review

American Record Guide
In these chamber works, the music is sometimes dense and dissonant, but at the...
Mar 13, 2018
Review

Gramophone
Once read, it's hard to forget, but best to lay aside Reger's claim for his Op...
Jan 2, 2018
Review

Diapason
Toujours soucieux de mettre ses pas dans ceux de ses augustes modèles, Max...
Jan 2, 2018
Review

www.musicweb-international.com
I can understand why many find Reger's music unforgiving and daunting. It took...
Jan 30, 2018
Review

BBC Radio 3
BROADCAST
Oct 1, 2018
Review

WDR 3
BROADCAST
Oct 1, 2018
Review

De Gelderlander
Waar droomdebuut voor Trio Lirico
Aug 1, 2018
Review

Der neue Tag
Oberpfälzer Komponist im Wechselbad der Gefühle
Aug 1, 2018
Review

Audio
Max Regers Musik gilt als spröde. Diese Einspielung zeigt, dass der Komponist...
Nov 27, 2017
Review

The Scotsman
Max Reger was remarkably prolific, despite the relative brevity of his career....
Nov 13, 2017
Review

www.pizzicato.lu
Der zugängliche Reger
Oct 10, 2017
Review

www.opusklassiek.nl
In het voorwoord van haar Reger-biografie schreef Susanne Popp: ‘Werk statt...
Sep 21, 2017
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Die Presse
Das Trio Lirico und Pianist Detlev Eisinger liefern einen guten Einstieg in Max Regers Klangwelt

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