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Rudolf Buchbinder / Brahms - Reger: Song Transcriptions / "When I stumbled upon the treasures that are Brahms's songs and that Max Reger arranged for piano solo, I could not have been more enthusiastic. I found it profoundly moving to immerse myself in a world filled with these precious jewels, to explore a universe that is a world unto itself and allow myself to be drawn into the undertow of words that have been cast in musical form. I hope that my listeners will enjoy this journey into an inner world and that their curiosity will be piqued sufficiently for them to find the time to explore each individual song and experience the intensity of these works of art, which dispense entirely with the need for words." -Rudolf Buchbinder
Rudolf Buchbinder / Brahms - Reger: Song Transcriptions / "When I stumbled upon the treasures that are Brahms's songs and that Max Reger arranged for piano solo, I could not have been more enthusiastic. I found it profoundly moving to immerse myself in a world filled with these precious jewels, to explore a universe that is a world unto itself and allow myself to be drawn into the undertow of words that have been cast in musical form. I hope that my listeners will enjoy this journey into an inner world and that their curiosity will be piqued sufficiently for them to find the time to explore each individual song and experience the intensity of these works of art, which dispense entirely with the need for words." -Rudolf Buchbinder
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1. * Johannes Brahms Sechs Gesänge Op.3
2. No. 1, Liebestreu (Arr. Reger for Piano)
3. * FÜNF Gedichte Op.19
4. No. 4, Der Schmied (Arr. Reger for Piano)
5. * Vier Lieder Op.46
6. No. 4, An Die Nachtigall (Arr. Reger for Piano)
7. * FÜNF Lieder, Op.47
8. No. 3, Sonntag (Arr. Reger for Piano)
9. * FÜNF Lieder Op.49
10. No. 1, Am Sonntag Morgen (Arr. Reger for Piano)
11. No. 2, An Ein Veilchen (Arr. Reger for Piano)
12. No. 4, Wiegenlied (Arr. Reger for Piano)
13. * FÜNF Gesänge Op.71
14. No. 5, Minnelied (Arr. Reger for Piano)
15. FÜNF Gesänge Op.72
16. No. 1, Alte Liebe (Arr. Reger for Piano)
17. * Romanzen Und Gesänge Op.84
18. No. 1, Sommerabend (Arr. Reger for Piano)
19. No. 4, Vergebliches Ständchen (Arr. Reger for Piano)
20. Sechs Lieder Op.85
21. No. 6, in Waldeinsamkeit (Arr. Reger for Piano)
22. * Sechs Lieder Op.86
23. No. 2, Feldeinsamkeit (Arr. Reger for Piano)
24. No. 3, Nachtwandler (Arr. Reger for Piano)
25. No. 4, Über Die Heide (Arr. Reger for Piano)
26. * FÜNF Lieder Op.94
27. No. 4, Sapphische Ode (Arr. Reger for Piano)
28. * Sieben Lieder Op.95
29. No. 4, Der Jäger (Arr. Reger for Piano)
30. * Four Songs, Op.96
31. No. 1, Der Tod, Das Ist Die Kühle Nacht (Arr. Reger for Piano)
32. No. 2, Wir Wandelten, Wir Zwei Zusammen (Arr. Reger for Piano)
33. * Sechs Lieder Op.97
34. No. 1, Nachtigall (Arr. Reger for Piano)
35. No. 4, Dort in Den Weiden Steht Ein Haus (Arr. Reger for Piano)
36. * Five Songs, Op.105
37. No. 1, Wie Melodien Zeiht Es Mir (Arr. Reger for Piano)
38. No. 2, Immer Leiser Wird Mein Schlummer (Arr. Reger for Piano)
39. No. 4, Auf Dem Kirchhofe (Arr. Reger for Piano)
40. * FÜNF Lieder, Op.106
41. No. 1, Ständchen (Arr. Reger for Piano)
42. * FÜNF Lieder Op.107
43. No. 2, Salamander (Arr. Reger for Piano)
44. No. 3, Das Mädchen Spricht (Arr. Reger for Piano)
45. No. 5, Mädchenlied (Arr. Reger for Piano)

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Rudolf Buchbinder / Brahms - Reger: Song Transcriptions / "When I stumbled upon the treasures that are Brahms's songs and that Max Reger arranged for piano solo, I could not have been more enthusiastic. I found it profoundly moving to immerse myself in a world filled with these precious jewels, to explore a universe that is a world unto itself and allow myself to be drawn into the undertow of words that have been cast in musical form. I hope that my listeners will enjoy this journey into an inner world and that their curiosity will be piqued sufficiently for them to find the time to explore each individual song and experience the intensity of these works of art, which dispense entirely with the need for words." -Rudolf Buchbinder
        
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