For many music lovers nowadays, Max Reger (1873-1916) still has an image of a "difficult" composer. Despite a very short career, this young Wagnerian of the end of the century, immersing himself in Bach’s, Mozart’s, Beethoven’s and Brahms’s music, succeeded in creating a beautiful and personal synthesis. With the necessary curiosity, this can be discovered and admired the abundant later works. But for that, great musicians first need to play them. Today, Oxalys allow us to discover the beauty of two crucial pages written in 1915: the Serenade in G-dur for flute, violin and alto and the magnificent and crepuscular Quintett in A-dur for clarinet and string quartet. A real treat for all lovers of the most inspired Chamber’s repertoire!