My name is Réginald Hulhoven. I am retired and living in Veltem-Beisem (Herent) near Leuven, Belgium.
I am since more than 50 years a Bruckner fan. I am mainly interested in the first versions of his symphonic works, and the still little known choral works of the St. Florian period, as well as his Weltliche Chorwerke (secular choral works).
I have a large discography of Bruckner's works, including recordings, which have not been commercially issued. For this topic, I am in close contact with John F. Berky (orchestral works) and Hans Roelofs (other instrumental and vocal works).
Over the past years, I have updated the existing pages on the composer biography and his works on Wikipedia, and created pages for the works, which were not yet covered. All Bruckner's works are now covered by a page or, at least, a descriptive overview page (piano and organ works). See: Wikipedia page Compositions by Anton Bruckner. The last pages, which I have created, describes the recently issued Kitzler-Studienbuch and retrieved lied Der Mondabend, which Bruckner composed in circa 1850 for his piano pupil Aloisia Bogner.