Bach: Leipzig Chorales & Schübler Chorales, Canon
Format: COMPACT DISC
"James Johnstone's series of recordings of the Organ Works of Johann Sebastian Bach on the great extant baroque organs of Europe continues with the Leipzig and Schübler Chorale collections and the Canonic Variations. The Christoph Treutmann organ of Grauhof, Germany was built in 1737 and today survives in close to its original state, making it one of the most important instruments in northern Europe. James's recordings have received widespread praise in Europe and North America.'Johnstone's realisation of Bach's organ works is remarkable... a tantalizing series...a world class interpreter of Bach's most challenging organ music.' Early Music"