Organist Professor Franz Sauer Portrait Photo as postcard. It depicts Professor Sauer a tone oft he famous organs built by his family.
Authentic signature at front side of the photo.
The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Franz Gustav Adolf (1883–1945) was the son of Wilhelm Suaer, one of the most important and biggest organ manufacturers of that time, who built more than a thousand instruments.
Sauer very often is named as the "German Cavaillé-Coll". He transformed French organ concepts to the German sound concepts.
Some of his most famous organs still exist at the Berlin Dome (1903, IV/113), in the Leipziger Thomas Church (1888/1908, III/88) and in the Stadthalle Goerlitz (1910, IV/72).