Psalm 100, Op.106 (Reger, Max)

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 Orchestral score
#42774 - 23.02MB, 158 pp. -  9.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2- V/V/V - 1278x

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Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: C.F. Peters, 1909. Plate 10438


Public Domain [tag/del]

Misc. Notes:

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.


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#06192 - 19.53MB, 61 pp. -  8.0/10 2 4 6 8 10 (2- V/V/V - 864x

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German / English


John Bernhoff (ca.1850–ca.1930), English text

Publisher Info.:

Leipzig: C.F. Peters, 1909. Plate 9439


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First Print


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General Information

Work Title Der 100. Psalm
Alternative Title
Composer Reger, Max
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.106
Movements/Sections 5 sections or movements (or one movement with one break)
  1. Jauchzet, jauchzet, jauchzet, jauchzet (Maestoso) - (attacca with fermata)
  2. Erkennet, erkennet (Andante sostenuto) -
  3. Gehet zu seinen Toren ein, gehet (Allegretto con grazia) -
  4. Andante sostenuto -
  5. Denn der Herr ist freundlich, und seine Gnade (Allegro maestoso)
Year/Date of Composition 1908-1909 (completed 1909-6-22)
First Performance 1910-02-23
First Publication 1909
Librettist Liber Psalmorum
Language German
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
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Mixed Choir, Orchestra, Organ

Misc. Comments

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.)

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