Great European Organs No. 62


Johannes Unger plays the Sauer Organ of St. Thomaskirche, Leipzig
The superb German organist Johannes Unger, (who plays frequently in the U. S.), performs works of Reger, Karg-Elert and Ludwig Neuhoff, a late nineteenth century native of Leipzig. Unger plays the fine Sauer organ at St. Thomas Church. Built in 1889, the three manual organ of 115 ranks (two 32’ stops, 28 stops at 8’ pitch, lots of reeds and ten mixtures) matches the repertoire ideally. The rarely heard Neuhoff sonata receives a convincing performance.

Max Reger
Chorale Fantasia on "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott"
Chorale Fantasia on "Halleluya! Gott zu Loben bleibe meine Seelenfreud" Op. 52/3

Ludwig Neuhoff
Sonate Op. 11

Sigfrid Karg-Elert
The Three Pastels Op. 92
Basso Ostinato Op. 58

J.S. Bach arr. Sigfrid Karg-Elert

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