About the Event
Enjoy music by Franck and Bach performed by cathedral organist Andreas Sieling on the great Sauer organ in the Berliner Dom.
'My organ is an orchestra' said the organist and composer César Franck (1822 — 1890) about his organ, built by the French organ builder Aristide Cavaillé-Coll. The sonorous sound of the basic voices, the poetry of the colors and the gravitas of a Cavaillé-Coll organ are quite similar to those of the great Sauer organ in the Berliner Dom. Thus, the historic Sauer organ of the Berliner Dom is perfectly suited for the presentation of César Franck's organ works. Therefore, on the 200th anniversary of the composer's birth, cathedral organist Andreas Sieling decided to present his complete organ works. In the series, Franck's oeuvre is presented in different visual axes.
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- Franck, César – Selected works for organ
- Bach, Johann Sebastian – Selected works for organ
|Organ player:||Sieling, Andreas|