Die Orgeln und Glocken des Erfurter Domberges

Die Orgeln und Glocken des Erfurter Domberges
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On a hillside in the small town of Erfurt, (west of Leipzig), Germany, stand two (roughly) fourteenth century churches: The St. Severikirche (the older of the two), and the Cathedral, where Martin Luther was ordained in 1507.

Each of the churches features a number of bells, including the Gloriosa bell (cast 1497) and silver bells of the Cathedral, and the Osanna bell in the Severikirche. It is on the themes of these bells that Cathedral organist Silvius von Kessel improvises. von Kessel improvises on the Cathedral's 1992 Hauptorgel and the 1963 Chororgel, (both built by Alexander Schuke), and the 1930 Klais organ at the Severikirche.

Gloriosa und Orgelimprovisation
The Gloriosa bell and main and choir organs of the Cathedral

Osanna von St. Severi, Silberglocken des Domes (b0, des2, as2, b2) und Orgelimprovisation
The Osanna bell at St. Severi, the silver bells of the Cathedral, and the organ of the Severikirche

Der Halbton (a0 - b0) und Orgelimprovisation
One bell each from the Catheral and Severikirche, and the main and choir organs of the Cathedral

Salve Regina (g0, h0, d1, e1) und Orgelimprovisation
Three bells from the Cathedral, one bell from the Severikirche, and the main and choir organs of the Cathedral

Molldreiklang mit Unterquart (e0, a0, c1, e1) und Orgelimprovisation
Cathedral bells, organ of the Severikirche

Der Quartsextakkord (g0, c1, e1 und Orgelimprovisation
Bells and Main organ of the Cathedral

Historischer Bestand von St. Severi (ais0, b0, dis1) und Orgelimprovisation
Organ and bells of the Severikirche

Phrygische Reihenfolge (e0, g0, a0, h0, c1, d1, e1) und Orgelimprovisation
Cathedral bells and organ and one bell of Severikirche

Organ solo - Improvisation über das Thema der Pasacalle de Primer Tono von Juan Cabanilles
Main and choir organs of the Cathedral.

Gloriosa solo