Anniversary Adulation #2345
. . . selections from four centuries by musicians who have achieved significant milestones this year.
MAX REGER (b. 1873): 3 Chorale-preludes, fr Op. 67 (Werde munter, mein Gemüte (no. 47); Straf mich nicht in deinem Zorn (no. 37); Warum sollt ich mich den grömen (no. 43) –Joachim Vetter (1938 Sauer/St. Mary’s Church, Rostock, Germany) Motette 11651
Filler – REGER: Werde munter, mein Gemüte (see above)
Filler – RACHMANINOFF: Piano Concerto No. 2 (see above)
Another composer with a special anniversary in 2023 is Pulitzer Prize-winner Ned Rorem (b. 10/23/1923-d. 11/18/2022), whose music and insights can be enjoyed on these programs from the PIPEDREAMS Archive:
Tribute to Ned Rorem (#9629)
Rorem on Rorem (#0841)
AGO 1982 (IV) (#8602, premiere of “Views from the Oldest House”)
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