Steppenwolf – Max Reger

Variations and Fugue on a Theme by Mozart, Max Reger;
Jimin Oh-Havenith & Raymund Havenith

“It was Variations by Reger, a composition that many found rather long and tiresome. The Steppenwolf, too, who at first made up his mind to listen, wandered again, put his hands into his pockets and sank once more into his own thoughts, not happily and dreamily as before, but sadly and finally irritated. His face was once more vacant and grey. The light in it was quenched and he looked old, ill, and discontented.”

Steppenwolf, Hermann Hesse

 

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