Michael Pohl plays the completely restored-as-built 1905 Sauer 4-136 in the Berlin Cathedral, the largest Wilhelm Sauer organ ever built and representing the ultimate development of the orchestral organ in the high Romantic period. Bombed in WWII, the organ sat idle until the mid-1980s, when cathedral organist Pohl engaged the planned to fully restore it in preference to any other alternative.
J. S. BACH:
Präludium und Fuge D, BWV 532 & 548
Wachet auf, BWV 645
Schmücke dich, BWV 654
Passacaglia c, BWV 582
Nun danket, BWV 657
Vor deinen Thron tret ich hiermit, BWV 668