Some days ago, I had the pleasure of playing the amazing new sample-set by Piotr Grabowski, the Köck-organ of Obervellach in Austria (1700). For this occasion, I have chosen the partita "Was Gott tut, das ist wohlgetan", composed by Pachelbel.
You may find my first rendition here:
The admirable recordings of Erik ("Hoofdwerk") with the Mundt-organ sample of the Tyn church in Prague (CZ) (http://www.contrebombarde.com/concerthall/music/40726
) inspired me to do a second rendition of the same music, this time also "in Prague". That recording is done faster (staying closer to the chorale tempo), more airy, but with less ornaments.
I used the extended version with some added reed stops in south german manner, which the original instrument in Prague does not contain. However, they make the sound more colourful.