Another fine example of what Kehl was capable of. As is usual with Kehl this piece start with a somewhat unrelated intro. The intro sets the mood, but does not employ a motive from the chorale melody. And as is usual with Kehl, this piece has something not heard in other Kehl pieces before. This time he makes frequent use of repeated notes. Thus he creates a festive introduction (and extro) to the chorale melody.
The recording was done on the sample set of the Bader-organ in the Walburgiskerk in Zutphen by Sonus Paradisi for Hauptwerk.
HW: Prestant 8′, Octaaf 4′, Octaaf 2′, Trompet 8′ bas + discant (choral melody)
RW: Holpijp 8′, Octaaf 4′, Quint 3′, Octaaf 2”