The Silbermann organ in Dresden’s Hofkirche can be considered an exceptional treasure. The instrument was the last instrument built by Gottfried Silbermann (1683-1753) and the last organ in the city to recall his work. Two of his earlier organs were lost in 1945.
Silbermann never saw the completion of this organ, since he died shortly before the finishing touches were added. His pupil and colleague Zacharias Hildebrandt completed the final work on the organ after Silbermann’s death. The main organ in the Hofkirche has 47 stops and three manuals.
Note: depending on your Johannus LiVE model, the stoplist may differ from the original.