Psalm 100, Op.106 (Reger, Max)
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Leipzig: C.F. Peters, 1909. Plate 10438.
From the plate number, could be a mid-to-late 1920s re-engraving or even new edition with new copyright on a missing page?? Odd.
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Mixed Chorus and Orchestra (Hindemith)
|Work Title||Der 100. Psalm|
|Movements/Sections||5 sections or movements (or one movement with one break)
|Year/Date of Composition||1908-1909 (completed 1909-6-22)|
|Dedication||Einer hohen Philosophischen Fakultät der Universität Jena zum 350 jährigen Jubiläum der Universität Jena komponiert und in Dankbarkeit und Verehrung zugeeignet von Dr. Max Reger.|
|Average Duration||28–35 minutes|
|Composer Time Period||Romantic|
Listening, there seem to be several movements (the first two clearly separated!), not 1 (there is at least one full stop, anyway. Allmusic lists 5 sections, duplicated above.) One theme from this work reappears in the Symphonic Prologue Op.108; another appears in the fugue of the Mozart Variations Op.132 (unless I very much mishear, it seems to be the fugue theme, more or less and give or take. Reger wouldn't be the only composer to have done such a thing and I am not complaining in noting this.) - Schissel (many CD recordings include the orchestra-and-organ only (or orchestra only?) Andante sostenuto interlude in with an earlier or later track and have a four-section recording instead.)