Lutherse Kerk
Den Haag
J.H.H. Bätz, 1753
Improvisation by Sander van Marion,  Bätz organ, Evangelisch Lutherse Kerk, Den Haag.
The Evangelisch Lutherse Kerk was built in 1761 in
the shape of a hall with a brick front in a classical style. Two swan weathervanes adorn the roof, a feature often found in Lutheran churches.
The organ was built in 1753 by Johann Heinrich Hartmann Bätz from Utrecht and used in an earlier church before being installed in the new one. In 1824,  the organ was restored and added to by Jonathan Bätz, the grandson of the original builder. It was restored again in 2007.
photo Mary Berkhout
J.S. Bach - Praeludium und Fuge h-moll BWV 544 
Arjen Leistra, organ
Sigfrid Karg-Elert: "Liebster Jesu, wir sind hier" opus 65
Arjen Leistra, organ
Max Reger, 'Introduction und Passacaglia' Ben van Oosten on the Bätz organ
Robert Schumann - Skizze no.1 & 2, op.58 
Arjen Leistra
photo Mary Berkhout

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