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mit Domorganist Markus Eichenlaub (Speyer)

The Jehmlich organ with 74 stops, distributed over four manuals and pedal, bears the remarkable opus number 1035 and has been in the Great Hall since the opening of the Konzerthaus in 1984. The Queen of Instruments is considered one of the most representative organs in Berlin.

Veranstaltungen in Berlin: Orgelstunde
© Promo

  • Harald Fryklöf - Symfoniskt Stycke
  • Jesús Guridi - Variaciones sobre un tema vasco (Variations on a Basque folk song)
  • Edwin Henry Lemare - Concert Piece No. 1 in the form of a Polonaise op. 80
  • Marco Enrico Bossi - "Colloqioi con le Rondini" (from Tre momenti Francescani) op. 140 No. 2
  • Sigfrid Karg-Elert - Introduction, Passacaglia and Fugue on B-A-C-H op. 150

The so-called "Princess", a mobile, two-manual small organ with 12 stops, also from the Dresden house of Jehmlich, is still in use in the Konzerthaus am Gendarmenmarkt.
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Markus Eichenlaub (Orgel)
Konzerthaus Berlin - Großer Saal