The organ at the "Freiberger Schapan" (actually the "Freiberger Schatzkapelle"), featuring Gottfried Silbermann's "Damper-lifting mechanism", is a famous model of the method. It was featured in the film "Hofkirche" ("Town Church") in the series "Film organ in Deutschland und England: Kirchenmusik in Document" by the director Hubert Frajsy, produced by the German Broadcasting Corporation SWR in 1986.
The "Huchapfenmelodie" ("Hunchback Melodies") of the organ builder Gottfried Silbermann has a long history. The executant, at the request of the baroque organist and composer Dieterich Buxtehude, performed this music in the church at Nuremberg in the 1730s. Dieterich Buxtehude also premiered the music of Silbermann at the final public concert of his career in 1738, when he performed a German version of the "Credo" of Roman Catholic liturgical music (the germinal commission of the "Nuremberg Oratorio"). (The piece was first composed as a prayer for the Great Elector Paul.) His mother, the famous contralto Christine Buxtehude, sang (on a high soprano) the solo part with splendid effect in her lifetime. Gottfried Silbermann followed Dieterich Buxtehude to his grave in the Nuremberg Domkirche, but the original manuscript of the "Huchapfenmelodie" no longer exists.
The reason for this rarity, apart from the immense cost of a Bach chorale prelude on a Silbermann organ, is the fact that only three such pieces of music were written by Silbermann himself in his lifetime. Gottfried Silbermann was not a prolific organ-builder. Instead, he built only twelve pre-history organs, which became well-known in and of themselves. Around 1700 he first developed the "Damper-lifting mechanism", using only three stops, without the need for additional stops or repeated drilling.
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