The 1755 Silbermann in Dresden sings again! Hansjürgen Scholze plays the restored Gottfried Silbermann organ (originally completed in 1755) at the Cathedral in Dresden, Germany, where he has been Cathedral Organist since 1972. Despite having its pitch changed significantly (from a= 415 to a=440), and modernization in the wind system, a restoration completed in 2002 allows this organ to perform as it did during Silbermann's lifetime. The original pitch has been restored, the wind system has been returned to Silbermann's design, and Silbermann's original keyboards have been returned to the console. Johann Sebastian Bach Toccata und Fuge d-Moll BWV 565 Johann Adolph Hasse Concerto G-DurAllegroGraveAllegro Assai Christlieb Siegmund Binder Herzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen Erschienen ist der herrlich Tag Herr Jesu Christ, du höchstes Gut Johann Schneider Praeludium und Fuge g-Moll Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Choral Ach Gott, vom Himmel sieh darein Sonate A-Dur für Klavier KV 331Andante Grazioso (Theme with six Variations)MenuettoAlla turca (Allegretto) Gustav Adolph Merkel Sonate d-Moll, op. 118, Nr. 5Allegro risolutoAndanteAllegro risolutoFuga con moto

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