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Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -
Neuhausen auf den Fildern, on Pentecost 2017
 

Invitation to the recital with the ensemble OPUS  4 with trombonists of the Orchestra of the Gewandhaus Leipzig and town organist Denny  Wilke

We cordially  invite you to our next  concert of the series of concerts "Neuhauser organ concerts".

It will take place in the  parish church St. Peter  and Paulus in Neuhausen auf den Fildern on Sunday,  October 15th at 18:00 clock.

The trombone  quartet OPUS 4 with trombonists of the Gewandhausorchesters LeipzigWe are pleased to be able to announce the ensembe OPUS 4 with trombonists of the orchestra of the Gewandhaus in Leipzig and city organist Denny Wilke.

The trombone  quartet OPUS 4 with trombonists of the Gewandhausorchesters Leipzig has  been founded in  1994. Today the ensemble consists of  Jörg Richter and Dirk Lehmann of the Gewandhaus Leipzig. Stephan Meiner is freelance  musician and Wolfram Kuhnt works as bass trombonist at  the Staatskapelle Halle.

In 2004, the trombone  quartet OPUS 4 celebrated  its 10th anniversary.

In the recital works from Johann Sebastian Bach, Charpentier, Des Pres, Selle, Hassler, Schütz, Gabrieli, Walther and from other composers will played.

It ist worth mentioning that works by Bernhard Krol (1920-2013) will be performed as well.  Krol lived in the neighbouring city Ostfildern-Kemnat and he worked for decades as a professor for horn and French horn in Stuttgart and as a composer.

Three pieces by Krol will be heared:

The extensive  repertoire of the ensemble covers wind  music from five  centuries. On the programme will be premieres and first-night  performances of compositions as well as original compositions from the renaissance and baroque time. Compositions especially written for for this  ensemble will round up their repertoire.

The performing musicians are:

Looking forward to welcome you in the concert.

Our ticket sales:
Tickets at the normal price 14,- € et
Tickets at the reduced price 12,- €

Our ticket agencies are :

Stationary Shop Knoblauch
Owner: Ludmilla Bahm
  Dahlienweg 7
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Telephone-# : 07158 - 9549088

 Volksbank Filder eG
  Schlossplatz 13
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Numéro de téléphone : 07158 - 18 18-0

or our box office.

You can also reserve tickets by sending us an e-mail to the following adress:

tickets@walcker-orgel-neuhausen-filder.de

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, September, 16. 2017
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Long standing applause for Paul Rosoman

On July 9th, 2017 Paul Rosoman from  Wellington, New Zealand,  gave the opening concert after the long time of the renovation of the parish church St. Peter and Paul  in Neuhausen auf  den Fildern. During this time the  E.F. Walcker Organ  had to be silent for approximately  one year. The reason for this was that it completely has been packed into a large box in order to  prevent it from damages caused by dust.

In his adress of welcome parish priest Kirsch expressed his joy that the  time of the rest over  is now and  the church can be seen in a new and beautiful garment. Under the numerous guests he also  could welcome our  mayor Ingo Hacker with his  wife and the  Parliamentary State Secretary Markus Grübel and his wife.

The programme  designed Paul Rosoman very varied. To disprove  the assertion the  organ works writtens by Johann Sebastian Bach would not be well  reproducable on a romantic  Walcker Organ he did start with exactly  this composer.  Just after his arrival in Neuhausen he took much time in order to find out  the stereoscopic sound of the parish  church and to study the tonal  variety of the stops of the organ. This procedure paid off. At first he played works written by Johann Sebastian Bach, i.e. fantasia  and fugue in G  minor BWV  542, followed by the Ciacona in f minor by  Johann Pachelbel where his seldom to be heard interpretation made the  audience listen attentively. Rosoman played Bach's work, primarily the fugue, in a speed  adequate to the long echo so that is has been possible to  enjoy the cue of all themes.

Less known works followed, these however all the more fitted  to the tone of the Walcker organ. A full organ plenum could be heard from  Théodore Salomé  titled "grand Choeur" in A major.  And after this composition the “6 variations about a topic from Corelli Op. 5” from Johann Christian Heinrich  Rinck followed.  Paul Rosoman introduced the theme quietly and behave using stopped pipes and principal  2" and 4".   The skilfully used  tone colours of the Walcker organ little by little raised themselves  into the crescendo which ended in an excellent finale. After that it got serious and meditative.  Charles Hubert Hastings Parry's "Elegy  for 7th April 1913" arose for  the memory of the day of death of  the brother-in-law of Parry which originated from the old nobility of the Earls of Pembroke.  Taking up the underlying thought it started fine behave with fine soft  string tones.   The principals increased the expression and the theme was carried through the  voices. Certain tone formations split up again and again.   The voices  finally led into the highest  pitches, i.e. so to speak “into heaven”. Paul Rosoman auf der OrgelemporeFrom there they submerged  slowly again and came back to the living beings, i.e. “back to earth".  The piece  ended in a long conciliatory  tone. The end of the concert best suited to the 500th reformation year: the fantasia about the theme "Een vaste Burg is  onze God" by Jan Zwart.  With this work Paul Rosoman could build a bridge in his organ recital from the baroque period up to the modern times.  He let the known hymn start strongly. In  great variety the to  most visitors well known Cantus Firmus of the Luther song could be heared. A long standing applause from the audience rewarded the interpreter.

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, September, 15. 2017
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Invitation to the organ  recital with Paul Rosoman, Wellington, Newzealand

Paul Rosoman, Wellington NewzealandWe cordially  invite you to our next  concert of the series of concerts "Neuhauser organ concerts".

It will take place in the  parish church St. Peter  and Paulus in Neuhausen auf den Fildern on Sunday,  July 09th at 18:00 clock.

We are pleased to be able to announce an international guest for you. It  is  Paul Rosoman from Wellington, Newzealand.

On our Eberhard Friedrich Walcker organ he will play  works from Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Pachelbel, Théodore Salomé, Johann Christian Heinrich Rinck, Charles Hubert Hasings Parry und Jan Zwart.

An accomplished concert organist and accompanist, Paul Rosoman has performed in venues all over the world and is also Director of Music at St Luke’s Anglican Church, Wellington.  Paul read music at Victoria University of Wellington and has collaborated with a number of ensembles, from the Pelorus Trust Wellington Brass Band and the Trust Porirua Brass Band, to the Festival Singers and the Linden Singers. 

Paul is also a director of Bayard Limited, an artist and concert management company specialising in representing organists and is a regular contributor on the Radio New Zealand arts affairs programme, Upbeat.  As a concert Organist he tours Europe every summer and his recent concert history includes performances in the United Kingdom, Germany, Denmark and The Netherlands.

Looking forward to welcome you in the concert.

Our ticket sales:
Tickets at the normal price 12,- € et
Tickets at the reduced price 10,- €

Our ticket agencies are :

Stationary Shop Knoblauch
Owner: Ludmilla Bahm
  Dahlienweg 7
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Telephone-# : 07158 - 9549088

 Volksbank Filder eG
  Schlossplatz 13
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Numéro de téléphone : 07158 - 18 18-0

or our box office.

You can also reserve tickets by sending us an e-mail to the following adress:

tickets@walcker-orgel-neuhausen-filder.de

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, February, 21. 2017
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Deckblatt-Flyer-2015You can dowload our new 2015 concert program for the series of the
Neuhauser
Orgel Konzerte
on this link as a PDF-file !

 

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -
Neuhausen auf den Fildern, on New Years Day 2015

Invitation for the organ  recital with Prof. Janette Fishell from Indiana,  USA

Prof. Janette Fishell aus Indiana / USAWe cordially  invite you to our next  concert of the series of concerts "Neuhauser organ concerts".

It will take place in the  parish church St. Peter  and Paulus in Neuhausen auf den Fildern on Sunday,  May 17th at 18:00 clock.

We are pleased to be able to announce an international guest for you. It  is  Prof. Janette  Fishell from Indiana/the USA.

On our Eberhard Friedrich Walcker organ she will play  works from Rheinberger, Schumann, Brahms, Paine, Smyth, Whitefield and Buck.

We look forward to your concert going.

Here the  link to her web site:

https://www.facebook.com/janette.fishell

Our ticket sales:
Tickets at the normal price 12,- € et
Tickets at the reduced price 10,- €

Our ticket agencies are :

Stationary Shop Knoblauch
Ludmilla Bahm
  Dahlienweg 7
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Telephone-# : 07158 - 9549088

 Volksbank Filder eG
  Schlossplatz 13
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Numéro de téléphone : 07158 - 18 18-0

or our box office.

You can also reserve tickets by sending us an e-mail to the following adress:

tickets@walcker-orgel-neuhausen-filder.de

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, April, 10. 2015
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Report on the concert given by  Balasz Szabó on October, 19. 2014.

"Man of the  year" from Budapest  was a brilliant interpret of works by Reger on the Walcker  organ.

Balazs Szabo auf der E.F. Walcker-Orgel in Neuhausen  a.d. FildernThe Neuhauser  E.F. Walcker organ dated 1854 has a relatively sticky to move, originally  preserved tracker action based on the cone-valve chest technology. To play dizziness  causing works written by Max Reger on this organ, one must have a special  affinity with this almost daring combination and also be a gifted virtuoso. Balász Szabó was born  in Budapest in 1985. He is assistant  professor for organ-playing at the Ferenc-Liszt university in Budapest. In a passionate  concert he could demonstrate his passion for Walcker and Reger. Here the music of  Reger finds, "in a certain qualified sense concerning the infinitely variable  dynamics, its tonal native country, ", Szabó said at his interesting  introduction before the concert. Szabó mentioned  that in Neuhausen this "risk" can only be accepted with 2 well trained stop  pullers. The stop pullers  "must deliver the same performance like me". This was a nice  and fair gesture towards the assistants of the concert. And there was really enormously much to do for them.

The concert  started with Reger introduction and passacaglia from the 1st suite Op. 16. The massive  introduction was followed by the passacaglia starting pianissimo. Here already the  audience got familiar with the big tone colour pallet of the Walcker organ. The great end  increase tied directly to the tutti of the introduction. Two quiet works  written for organ followed.

The meditative  piece of "Angelus" from Liszt and the piece "ave maris Stella" with in unison  passages, long pauses and breaks really worked as prayers. The great  echo of 5 seconds in the parish church contributed positively to the musical effect.

Works from the composer Alexandre-Pierre-François Boëly (1785-1858, Paris) can be seldom heard. From Boëly then the "Fantasie et Fugue Op.18 Nr.6" in the style of the late Viennese classical period could be heard. In unbelievable speed Balász  Szabó swept over the keys  of the organ which has  approximately the same age like  Boëlys Fantasie et Fugue.

Highlight of the concert  has been Reger's fantasia about the  chant of "Wie schön leucht'uns der  Morgenstern" Op. 40 no. 1. The approximately 25-minute monumental works written for organ demanded full concentration from the  organist, the assistants, but also from the audience, ("the morning star" mentioned by organists simply and  respectfully). Reger has an  inimitable, extremely change dynamic tone language. By cunningly  playing whole passages in the octave on the manuals Szabó optimally made full  use of the sound of the organ. The organ  tone was suffused in the church room  until end of the excellent work. In this  way one can seldom hear  it.

After the end of  the final chord a long, cliff-hanging pause lay in the air. A great applause  then however expressed the enthusiasm about this young organ virtuoso.

Here you can read more on Balasz Szabó:

www.organist.hu

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, February, 11.  2015
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Champagne  reception at the New Years Reception 2015 of the CDU  Neuhausen.

Einladung zum Neujahrsempfang der CDU 2015Already in  January, we accepted the invitation of the CDU local committee Neuhausen to take  over the champagne reception at the end of the New Years Reception 2015 of the  CDU Neuhausen, held on Thursday February 2. 2015

Like already in  the years before we could serve our organ champagne to the invited guests.

Dr. Nicola Schelling, regional director of the association region Stuttgart, spoke to  the topic:

"The region Stuttgart affected: Focus Filder"

Das Orgelteam beim CDU Neujahrsempfang 2015The trumpet  ensemble of the school of music Neuhausen organized the  musical frame. At the end of the event donations were  asked for in favour of the school of music Neuhausen.

We thank the  local committee chairman Dr. Rainer Roos and the chairman of the parliamentary group Andreas M. Edelmann for the invitation of  the Neuhausen Organ Society.

 

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, February 8.  2015
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Burst of applause for the  "Ludwigsburg Festival  Brass"

New Year's Eve concert in 2014 as a  felicitous conclusion of the concert year

Das „Ludwigsburg Festival Brass“ in der Apsis von St. Petrus und PaulusFor the 11th time the festive  New Year's Eve concert took place in our parish  church. The turn of the year into the year 2015, which will be the year  of the 10th anniversary of our series of concerts, was done solemnly by  particularly brilliant brass player music. The wind  formation "Ludwigsburg Festival Brass" played instruments in a shiny  instrumentation. In some pieces,  the formation has been accompanied by district cantor Martin Kaleschke at the  organ. Amongst other  works Kaleschke played solo in a "chorale prelude akin to Jazz" written by  Volker Bräutigam (born 1953)". He knew how to transpose the variants  with the broad sound spectrum of the E.F. Walcker organ virtuosoly which are tangy and  composed imaginatively on the chant "Nun freut euch liebe Christen gmein".

4 trumpets  (Hubertus von Stackelberg, Klaus Ulrich Dann, Sebastian Zech, Paul Jacot), horn  (Harald Domes), 2 trombones (Matthias Jauß, Friedrich Mück) and tuba (Fabian  Zürn) unified into brilliant, rich Sound. Works of  Pachelbel, Strauss, Mendelssohn and Gigout filled the large  parish church. For  the over 500  concert-goers the tones  became a true ear treat.

Das „Ludwigsburg Festival Brass“ auf der Orgelempore mit Bezirkskantor Martin Kaleschke an der OrgelThe audience  particularly liked the smart  arrangements and variations of the contemporary 62-year-old composer Stephen Roberts. These were arrangements over  "classics of the classical music" like Mozart's  "Alla Turka", Beethoven's "Elise" and Brahms "Hungarian dances". The noticeable  pleasure of the "Ludwigsburg Festival Brass" when playing these pieces  immediately jumped over towards the audience. A great applause was granted to all musicians at the end  of the concert. The enthusiastic audience still could  elicit an encore from the windplayers.

The encore  rounded off contemplatively  the evening. The hymnal  piece "Highland Cathedral" resounded in  a lovely arrangement. The encore  let goose-flesh atmosphere in  conclusion arise and rewarded the  "Ludwigsburg Festival  Brass" with a renewed approval storm.

The review of the  Esslinger Zeitung, dated 02.02.2015 about the New Year's Eve concert can be found under the  following headline and link in the Internet:

New swing  for the classical  music

NEUHAUSEN: New Year's Eve concert with the  Ludwigsburg brass player quintet in an extended instrumentation
 

The article can be found under the  following link:

http://www.esslinger-zeitung.de/lokal/esslingen/kreisesslingen/Artikel1262021.cfm

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, January 2015
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Please note down: Annual meeting!

Bitte vormerken: Jahresversammlung  2015On Wednesday,  March 11th at 19:30 p.m., the annual meeting of the Neuhausen Organ Society will  take place in the big hall of the parrish hall.

In the 10th year of  the re-inauguration of our E.F. Walcker organ we cordially  invite you to a very informative evening.

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, February  1st 2015
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Invitation for our festive New Year's  Eve concert 2014

Foto vom Silvesterkonzert 2013 mit Blick auf die ApsisWe cordially invite you to  our "festive New Year's  Eve concert" which meanwhile already became a tradition.

You will be able to hear the Ludwigsburg Festival Brass and  district cantor Martin Kaleschke from Ludwigsburg.  With this concert on Wednesday December 31st at 16:00 clock our concert year  2014 will come to an  end.

Our this  year's New Year's Eve  concert is under a special star:

The Ludwigsburg brass  player quintet, which has musically filled us  with enthusiasm and with brilliant sounds for so many years on New Year's Eve, is going to celebrate its 30-year existence this year.

It is rare that  an ensemble founded in the  student days exists so long, permanently works out new annual programs in increasing form and  gives performances in numerous concerts.

On the occasion of the anniversary year the  Ludwigsburg Brass will give their concert in an extended instrumentation. We particularly look forward to it because the  increase of 5 on 8 windplayers opens up another large musical spectrum.

So  among other works, double chorus pieces of  Bach and Mendelssohn will resound. Furthermore compositions from Henry  Purcell, J.J. Moret, Jim Parker, Eugène Gigout, Richard Strauss, Peter Tschaikowski and Scott Joplin  will be performed.

The LBQ Brass  in their main instrumentation:
Hubertus von  Stackelberg, trumpets
Klaus Ulrich Dann, trumpets
Harald Domes,  horn
Michael Peuser,  trombone
Fabian  Zürn, tuba
Martin  Kaleschke, organ

And this year for the first  time as "Special Guests":
Friedrich Mück, trombone
Paul Jocot,  trumpet (Württembergische philharmonia.)
Sebastian Zech (solo trumpeter of the Stuttgart members of the philharmonia).

More about  the Ludwigsburg brass  player quintet can be found under this  link:
http://www.blechblaeserquintett.de/

If you  want to get in contact with the Ludwigsburg Brass please turn to the following address:
Prof. Hubertus von  Stackelberg
D 71642 Ludwigsburg
Tel: +49  (0)7141-251818
Fax: +49  (0)7141-250862
info@blechblaeserquintett.de

Before the beginning of the concert, our  new flyer for the concert year  2015 will also  be presented.

In the year 2015 the re-inauguration of our E.F.  Walcker organ and the foundation  the Neuhausen series of  concerts  will come up again for the 10th time.

Ticket sales:
Tickets at the normal price 12,- € et
Tickets at the reduced price 10,- €

Our ticket agencies are :

Stationary Shop Brahm
  Dahlienweg 7
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Telephone-# : 07158 - 9549088

 Volksbank Filder eG
  Schlossplatz 13
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Numéro de téléphone : 07158 - 18 18-0

or our box office.

You can also reserve tickets by sending us an e-mail und the following adress:

tickets@walcker-orgel-neuhausen-filder.de

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, December, 16. 2014
- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Thank you for  your visit at  our organ stand  on the Neuhausen Christmas  market 2014

WEB_Weihnachtsmarkt-Neuhausen-2014This year,  we again were present with  our organ kiosk  on the Neuhausen Christmas  market. We had to offer quite different Christmassy ideas of present.

Among others there were our  organ champagne, apple chips made by Maria Theresia, our special  created organ hot punch, CD with sound  recordings of our church choir and the Eberhard  Friedrich Walcker organ,  the book to  the local history of  Neuhausen written by Willi Fay and a much different more interesting things.

Unsere-Mitglieder-Ute-und-Thomas-beim-Verkauf-im-OrgelkioskLike last  year, a member of the municipality  gave us different  home-made wooden figures again. We are deeply grateful for this gesture towards us!

A just as  warm "thank-you" goes to all helpers who  have supported us  energetically with the errection and depletion of our sales booth, for helping with the decoration and for the sale.

 

Many thanks for your  visit.

We wish you a glad season  of Advent.

Neuhausen auf den Fildern, Sunday December 7. 2014
Dr. Helmut Thomas Eisele
Chairman of the Neuhausen Society of the Friends of our Organs

Deckblatt-zum--Flyer-2014You can dowload our new 2014 concert program for the series of the
Neuhauser
Orgel Konzerte
on this link as a PDF-file !

 

 

 

Director of the sacred music Markus Grohmann,
Neuhausen auf den Fildern, on New Years Day
2014

Large Donation on the  Occasion of 80. Birthday

Herr Karl Humborg rechts mit KMD Markus GrohmannTo the beginning of his anniversary celebration, virtually as a surprise, Mr. Humborg at first invited his clutch of guests into the parish church St. Peter and Paulus. Here Mr Grohmann started his guided organ tour for the group continued with a prelude at the E.F. Walcker organ. The guests were of a coloured age distribution. Some of them even arrived from a long distance. The guests of Mr. Humborg appeared enthusiastic about the instrument and of the history of the church and organ.

One of the youngest guests could play even a song on the organ. This of course pleased the relatives particularly.

Instead of giving presents for his anniversary Mr Humborg asked his guests to donate for preservation of the organ and the church music.

So Mr Humborg could submit the stately total amount of 1.455,- € to the parish administration.

We are very thankful to Mr Humborg and his wife for this great idea.

We furthermore want to express our best wishes for them for both health and welfare.
 

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, October, 20. 2014

- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Invitation to our Organ Concert with Balázs Szabó from Budapest, Hungary

Der Konzertorganist Balazs SzaboBalázs Szabó (* 1985 in Miskolc, Hungary) started with his musical education in its hometown in the age of 15 years.

Starting in 2003 he began to study organ at the Franz-Liszt academy of music in Budapest founded by Ferenc Liszt, followed by studies in Würzburg, Trossingen and Rome. During his studies he received artistic impulses from Christoph Bossert in whose class he has completed the master class for organ in 2010. Parallel to the master class, he went through the international Master's Degree OrganExpert being under the patronage of the Vatican.

Europe-wide he is working as organ expert.By private study he learned the restoration of reed organs of arts*. Meanwhile he is giving concerts Europe-wide as reed organist on instruments restored by his own on instruments of his instrument collection.

Since 2011 he is assistant professor at the Ferenc Liszt music university in Budapest where besides other taks he conducts the newly organized organology education.As a keyboard instrument specialist he, besides its organist career, performs an active concert career as pianist and harpsichordist. Furthermore he is one of the few reed organ experts who virtuosoly know to play the Mustel's reed organs of arts.

Balázs Szabó won several international organ competitions under these are: Premier Prix in St. Maurice (2007).

Grand Prix and Prix Special in Biarritz 2009.

1st price in the 60th international organ week Nuremberg (2011).

For his artistic activity he furthermore has bee elected man of the year (2008, Hungary).

Standard price of the city of Miskolc (2010) and the junior fantastic Award (2010). 

In the concert in Neuhausen he exclusively is going to play works of the important German organ late romantic (1873-1916) Max Reger.

Here the link to his homepage:

http://organist.hu/

A very interesting link can be found on YouTube:

http://www.youtube.com/user/SzaboBalazsofficial

Szabó already repeatedly has been in Neuhausen as a guest at guided organ tours, for instance during ourses at our E.F. Walcker organ. He is very enthusiastic about our instrument.


*The reed organ of arts is the highest-order manner of the reed organ. It has been designed especially for solo use. An essential characteristic of the harmonium d'art is a wind pressure dividing. This enables the organist to play the claviature bass and treble in different dynamics.


Ticket sales:
Tickets at the normal price 12,- € et
Tickets at the reduced price 10,- €

Our ticket agencies are :

Buchhandlung Bücher & Co.
   Esslinger Straße 1
   73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
   Telephone-# : 07158 - 9 81 16 83

Stationary Shop Brahm
  Dahlienweg 7
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Telephone-# : 07158 - 8771

 Volksbank Filder eG
  Schlossplatz 13
  73765 Neuhausen a.d.F
  Numéro de téléphone : 07158 - 18 18-0

or our box office.

You can also reserve tickets by sending us an e-mail und the following adress:

tickets@walcker-orgel-neuhausen-filder.de

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, September, 2. 2014

- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Much applause  after concert for  trombone and organ

Prof. Armin Rosin Posaune und Prof. Felix rechtsAt the day of the  patronage of St. Peter and Paul our 3rd concert of  our row 2014  took place in the parish church. Prof. Armin  Rosin with alpenhorn and trombone  and Prof. KMD Michael  Felix at the Walcker organ could  be heard. A very peasant programme had been performed with works from Armin Rosin, Nimra  Korinthos, Britten, Mouret, Petrali, Rheinberger, Liszt and Guilmant.

The well-adjusted duo gave an interpretation of the works virtuosoly.  The audience could feel and heat their joy  while playing. At the beginning, Prof. Rosin explained the  numerous concert-goers details  of the bass trumpet as well as the instrument alpenhorn, his genesis, his production and last but not  least his original purpose for the  notification in the distances of the Alpine pastures of the Swiss mountains. Into these one felt also  moved at the beginning  of the concert when the  earthy instrument was made impressively by Rosin sound  in the live room parish church.

Prof. Rosin - rechts -  und Prof. Felix - OrgelAmong other things Prof. Felix played  an organ solo  with 3 movements by  Carl Philip  Emanuel Bach whose  300th birthday is  celebrated this year.

As an encore Armin  Rosin surprisingly presented himself  as being a powerful gospel song  singer with a spiritual.

At  the conclusion of an adequate patronage celebration a joyful applause rewarded the  two musicians concert  evening

 

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, July, 20. 2014

- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Heike-LoefflerObituary for Heike Loeffler

The Neuhausen Organ Society mourns for its active member Heike Löffler.

She has deceased  after a serious illness at  the age of only 44 years.

In May 2008, Heike entered the Neuhausen Organ  Society as an active member.

She has always been available for us if we needed her help. We  appreciated her good piece  of advice as well as her ideas.  We will miss her.


The Neuhausen Organ Society will keep her in silent  commemoration

 

 

Director of the Sacred  Music Markus Grohmann, July, 18th 2014

- officially recognised music teacher -
- Manager of the Sacred Music of the Deanship Esslingen-Nuertingen -

Children with enthusiasm at guided organ tour

Director of the Sacred Music Markus Grohmann and the childrenOn Sunday May 11th, 2014 towards 2:30 p.m., a small group of approx. 20 children assembled on the churchyard in front of the parish church St. Peter and Paulus. Our director of the sacred music Markus Grohmann welcomed the young guests and their parents. At first he explained the history of the parish church and the reasons why it was built so large. From the churchyard the group then walked to the house of the vicar co-operator  in order to see the geometric forms on the south side of the church. These can be found again in the organ front.

The children found it quite funny, that around 1850  the organ builder Eberhard Friedrich Walcker could come to Neuhausen only with the horse-drawn carriage and that cars and  electric current at that time did not exist yet. This meant that the organ had to be provided mechanically with air, i.e. "wind".

Inside the church Mr. Grohmann showed the "face of the organ" from the apse. The children could recognize the geometric forms of the ecclesiastical architecture in the organ very well.

From the apse of the church the group then went up the stairs to the organ loft on which the organ stands and the church choir open sings during religious ceremonies.

Here Markus Grohmann explained  the most important elements of the organ. As there are the organ pipes, the mechanics which allows it to open the valve of the pipes in order to make the pipes sound their tones.

After these more theoretical informations he then demonstrated the individual stops followed by an organ crescendo starting with only a few quiet stops up to the full sound with all stops.

After that it was the children's turn. Mr Grohmann hid the answers to the questions of the organ Quizz during his explanations in the guided tour.

Some questions the children found them quit funny.

The children took part with enthusiasm and filled out the questionnaires developed especially for them diligently. It turned out that the children had paid attention very well.

At the end Mr Grohmann thanked the children for their attention and their  interest. Although every child could not be given a real organ pipe but a Kazzoo as a present. And, shortly after the handout, it hummed just like in a beehive. With the Kazzoo and their  questionnaires in hands a joyful group of children left the parish church.

 

Neuhausen auf den Fildern, May, 28. 2014

Markus Grohmann, Director of the sacred Music

Staatl. Gepr. Musiklehrer

Manager of the Sacred Music of the deanship Esslingen-Nürtingen