Johann Balthasar Kehl, Jesu der du meine Seele
In the prelude to the choral “Jesu der du meine Seele” Kehl specifically writes “pedal” near the bass notes at the beginning of the piece but not in the remainder of the piece. So it is a bit of an enigma whether or not the bass notes in the remainder of the piece should be played with the pedals or not. Another odd thing is that Kehl writes low (and possibly pedal) notes between the first phrases of the choral melody, but omits them between the fofth and sixth phrase. And to be totally unpredictable he continues them beneath part of the seventh phrase.
That’s too much irregularity for me… In my score I add several pedal notes where I think Kehl should have written them. And in my performance I leave out the pedal notes beneath the seventh phrase, but I did include them in the score. So if you want to play what Kehl wrote in the original edition, just ignore all the small notes from my score. And if you want truly faithfull to the original edition, you shoul play everythinh by hand from bar 9 and onwards.
The recording was done with the Hauptwerk software and the sampleset, made by Sonus Paradisi, of the Bader organ in the Walburgiskerk, Zutphen (https://www.sonusparadisi.cz/en/organs/netherlands/zutphen-virtual-organ-model.html).