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Cathedral of Cologne

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The gigantic Cologne Cathedral, one of Germany’s landmarks. In it the Klais organs, parade instruments from this renowned workshop. And cathedral organist Winfried Bönig, who combines space, organ sound and a selected program with Bach, Liszt, Vierne, Tournemire and Hakim, among others, to form an impressive whole.

Los Angeles – First Congregational Church – with Christoph Bull

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The large organ of the First Congregational Church is one of the largest organs in the world with over 18,000 pipes and is sounded every Sunday by Dr Christoph Bull. The music programme is as diverse as the congregation. Christoph Bull changes styles and genres in a somnambulistic way. Let him surprise you with what he serves up! Hollywood is not far away…

Martin Baker at Buckfast Abbey

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Martin Baker, formerly of Westminster Abbey, Westminster Cathedral and St Paul’s Cathedral, London, plays a spectacularly virtuosic and musically demanding programme on the wonderful new Ruffatti organ in one of the most visually and acoustically impressive churches in the UK.

Vienna St. Stephen’s Cathedral

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Vienna is the epitome of a city of music. Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven, Schubert and many other composers have lived and worked in this city. Surely they have all been to Vienna’s St. Stephen’s Cathedral, where the current cathedral organist Konstantin Reymaier has one of the largest church organs in the world. The so-called “giant organ” on the west gallery is, however, only one of a total of four instruments that can be heard in liturgy and concert in St. Stephen’s Cathedral.

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