Bruckner und Wagner auf der Orgel


Wednesday | 9/14/2022
8:00 pm Start of Concert
Konzertsaal im Kulturpalast, Dresden
Floor Plan
10 €

About the Concert

Anton Bruckner was a gifted organist and remained attached to the instrument even when he wrote almost only symphonies. So it is no wonder that one notices in his symphonies that their composer "thought from the organ". But the reverse is also true: When the symphonies return to the organ in arrangements. Hansjörg Albrecht has already made a name for himself in this field, and in this concert he will show how effectively Bruckner's Third Symphony can sound on a concert hall organ.


Anton Bruckner
Sinfonie Nr. 3 d-Moll (Fassung 1888/89) Richard Wagner gewidmet (Transkr.von Erwin Horn, 2021)

Richard Wagner
Vorspiel zu "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" Transkription von Edwin Henry Lemare (1868)


Hansjörg Albrecht


Hansjörg Albrecht

Hansjörg Albrecht is considered a fearless musical border crosser and lateral thinker. He consistently pursues his own path as a conductor – between the Baroque period and the present age, between the archives and new creations – and he has established himself amongst the virtuosi of his instrument with his organ transcriptions.

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