After a three-year break, the congregation of the martin luther church in lichtenfels had again invited to a new year's eve concert. Three hours before the end of the year, church music director klaus bormann delighted his listeners in the well-filled house of worship at the hey organ with festive sounds for the turn of the year.
The musical end of the year was opened by probably the most famous organ piece in the world, the toccata and fugue in d minor by johann sebastian bach. The composition consists of three sections: a toccata, i.E. A prelude of fast runs and full chords, and an ensuing four-part fugue, which in turn leads into a concluding section that resumes the improvisatory character of the beginning. The work is often quoted in film music and in pieces of popular music up to computer games.
With the arrival of the queen of saba klaus bormann sang a virtuoso organ piece by georg friedrich handel. It is written in orchestral style and leads the second act of the opera "solomo" a.