The Claviorganum by F.X. Christoph from the 18th century is part of a long tradition of combination instruments, uniting the tonal qualities of strung keyboard instruments with those of organ-type instruments. The acoustic result is a fascinating mix of two instruments, as one would probably never hear in concert. Mozart’s much-loved D Minor Fantasy and his Adagio for Glass Harmonica can be heard beside lesser-known pieces by Beethoven, Albrechtsberger and others. A must for historic performance connaisseurs!