RWA online Encyclopedia Biography 1891
1890

1891

1892

1. Wiesbaden

Reger and his fellow students in Wiesbaden (1891), back row: Hans
                        Schmid, Gustav Cords, Geritt Kreling; front row: Adolf Pochhammer, Georg
                        Behrmann, Max Reger. Photography, presented to  on his birthday on 18 July
                        1891. – Printed in , p. 104.
Reger and his fellow students in Wiesbaden (1891), back row: Hans Schmid, Gustav Cords, Geritt Kreling; front row: Adolf Pochhammer, Georg Behrmann, Max Reger. Photography, presented to Hugo Riemann on his birthday on 18 July 1891. – Printed in Der junge Reger, p. 104.

In March, the first two movements of the Violin Sonata in D minor, Op. 1, are performed at the Wiesbaden Conservatoire, but are met with little approval. The attempt to get the sonata published by B. Schott’s Söhne fails. Further chamber music works under a strong Brahmsian influence are created. Reger completes his piano studies with a performance of Brahms’s Handel Variations, Op. 24, on 27 June. In the annual report of the conservatorire for the school year 1891/92 (beginning in September) he is listed as a student in theory and as a teacher for piano and theory.

Postal items from this year whose sender or addressee is Max Reger.


Images from the Max Reger Foto Gallery that originate from this year and have a direct reference to Max Reger.


Object reference

Max Reger Biography – 1891, in: Reger-Werkausgabe, www.reger-werkausgabe.de/bio_1891.html, last check: 21st July 2024.

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