Sauer Orgel, Berliner Dom - Mendelssohn, Sonata n. 2 in C minor

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  • Published: 16 June 2013
  • The Sauer Orgel of the Berliner Dom, Berlin's Evangelical cathedral, is one of the most prestigious organs in the world. Originally built in the early 20th century, it was damaged by bombardments during the second world war and was rebuilt in the 1990s. It is a late romantic, symphonic organ, endowed with a great variety of timbres.
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    • Nicola Dolci
      Nicola Dolci  6 years back

      I think that this is the 1st movement of the 2nd Sonata and not the 3rd but anyway...Wonderful organ!!!

      • Alex AD
        Alex AD   6 years back

        That's absolutely true, it was an oversight, thanks for setting me straight.

    • LARS CERNERUD
      LARS CERNERUD  6 years back

      The wonderful Sauer Organ in the Berliner Dom is so well equipped for playing Mendelssohn. This piece of Sonata no 3 is a good example. I had myself a unforgetable moment listening to this in the Berliner Dom.