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"Denn Silbermann wird aus dem Werck erkennt"

© 2018 (CD ROP6160)
total time 65:18

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Catalogue no.: ROP6160

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In the Saxon region of Upper Lusatia, a Baroque musical gem has been preserved: the Silbermann organ in the parish church of Crostau. Its builder Gottfried Silbermann is regarded as one of the most important organ builders of all times and had a lasting influence on Saxony's organ landscape with his 50 instruments. The basic prerequisite for achieving this was the wonderful sound of his instruments and their excellent technical design.
Lucas Pohle, the current cantor at the parish church, showcases his house instrument with a clever and stylish musical program that includes a performance of the Prelude and Fugue in G major, BWV 541, by Johann Sebastian Bach and chorales from the Schübler Collection. The chorale arrangements for oboe and organ by Johann Ludwig Krebs, a pupil of Bach, reveal further facets of the excellent tonal characteristics of the Crostau organ. The crowning finale is the Bach Cantata for alto solo "Geist und Seele wird verwirret", BWV 35 - one of the few cantatas by the Leipzig Thomas Cantor with obbligato organ part.
Lucas Pohle takes his audience through the soundscape of this beautiful instrument with wonderful technical skill and subtle, imaginative registrations. The alto Britta Schwarz and the oboist Luise Haugk, accompanied by the Dresden Baroque Orchestra, round off the successful program.

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