Domorganist Andreas Sieling
Andreas Sieling plays Ludwig van Beethoven - Fuga a 3 in D major, WoO 31 (1883) on the Gray organ (cat. no. 5399).
This is a production of the Musical Instruments Museum (State Institute for Music Research).
Direction, camera and editing: Jörg Joachim Riehle, idea and concept: Mireya Salinas
Andreas Sieling plays "Passacaglia" by Georg Muffat (1653 - 1704) in an arrangement by Karl Straube (1904) on the Great Sauer Organ in Berliner Dom.
All works were played once and contain quite sometimes the one or other wrong note. It is not a regular production, but originally a spontaneous offer to offer midday devotions online during the Corona shutdown. Therefore, pieces were chosen that do not require registrants.YouTube playlists Noon devotions
The national commemoration marking the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II in Europe and liberation from National Socialism will open with an ecumenical service at the Berliner Dom at 10:00 a.m. on May 8, 2020. Participants will be the leading church representatives in Germany, EKD Council President Heinrich Bedford-Strohm and the chairman of the German Bishops' Conference, Georg Bätzing. Cathedral preacher Petra Zimmermann will lead the service.
Source at the ARD Mediathek
TV.Berlin - The capital station shows in the series Sehenswert! the Berliner Dom in the third part with the Sauer organ.
Source at TV.Berlin - Der Hauptstadtsender
Looking out over the city from the tower, admiring the regalia in the cathedral preacher's room, leafing through old church books in the archive - there is much to discover ath the Berliner Dom. Take a look behind doors that don't usually open to visitors - together with actor Ben Becker.
Original source from RBB no longer available.
You can get an impression of the UdK with the published image film. (February 2016)
Originalquelle von der UdK
Funke News: When he had his first organist position, he was only 14 years old. Back then in the province of Lower Saxony. Today, Andreas Sieling is organist at the Berliner Dom. There he makes the instrument built by Wilhelm Sauer sound with infinite sensitivity and skill. 7269 pipes - up to 13 meters long - and 113 stops. He knows what he can do, but he still gets excited when he plays in front of an audience. Because he wants people to go home moved.
Source at Funke News