＜Disc 1＞ 1. Prelude and Fugue In C Major, S. 547 2. Liebster Jesu, Wir Sind Hier, S. 706 3. Toccata and Fugue In D Minor, S. 565 4. Nun Freut Euch, Liebe Christen G Mein 5. Prelude and Fugue In E Flat Major, S. 552 6. Fughetta: Non Komm Der Heiden Heiland, S. 699 7. Prelude and Fugue In F Minor, S. 534 8. Prelude and Fugue In B Minor, S. 544 9. Gottes Sohn Ist Kommen, S. 724 10. Prelude and Fugue In C Major, S. 545 11. Lobt Gott, Ihr Christen, Allzugleich, S. 609 ＜Disc 2＞ 1. Fantasy and Fugue In G Minor, S. 542 2. Fughetta: Lob Sei Dem Allmachtigen Gott, S. 704 3. Prelude and Fugue In A Minor, S. 543 4. Toccata, Adagio and Fugue In C Major, S. 564 5. Jesu Christus, Unser Heiland, S. 626 6. Prelude and Fugue In D Minor, S. 539 7. Prelude and Fugue In E Minor, S. 533 8. Wer Nur Den Lieben Gott Lasst Walten, S. 691 9. Toccata and Fugue In F Major, S. 540 10. Jesu, Meine Freude, S. 610
I'm sorry if one reviewer didn't like Newman's added notes; he should look up 'ornaments' in the Norton/Grove concise Encyclopedia of Music - or listen to contemporary soloists in Handel's Messiah for ornamentation in the spirit of the Baroque and classical eras.
Is the recording dry? Yes - but it's not muddy, as cathedral organ music is. Every week I sit five feet from a 22-stop tracker action organ built in the North German style and hear glorious music, often Bach, performed impeccably. Our church seats 300 and doesn't have cathedral acoustics - I still get a thrill from Bach, played well.