Silbermann at Dresden, Johannes Ricken Plays


BACH: Prelude & Fugue in F BWV 556
Aria in F BWV 587
Choralvorspiel Wenn wir in höchsten Nöten sein BWV 641
ALESSANDRO SCARLATTI: Toccata No. 11 in A (four movements)
HAYDN: Two pieces for musical clock
OSKAR LINDBERG: Gammal fäbodpsalm från Dalarna
KARL MAY:(1842-1912) Ave Maria
Vergiß mich nicht
LEFÉBURE-WÉLY: Meditationes religiosas, op. 122: Introduction, Récit de Hautbois, Andante, Fugue
MENDELSSOHN: Hochzeitsmarsch

Gottfried Silbermann’s last great organ was dedicated in 1755 at the Dresden Cathedral. In 1944 all of the pipes were stored in anticipation of war damage, which occurred on February 13, 1945, when the mechanism and case were destroyed. The Dresden firm of Jehmlich reconstructed the organ but it has been rarely recorded. This CD was made in a live concert played Johannes Ricken, owner of the Motette CD firm and student of Ewald Kooiman, Anton Heiller, and Daniel Roth.

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