For a long time, I've been thinking about "redoing" these. I have played most of them for quite a long time.
I'll be using the splendid 1787 Hohlzey organ of the Abbey Church of St. Peter and Paul in Weissenau, produced by Prospectum.
I can't understand why we don't hear more of this organ, but I do recommend it. To read my 2016 sample set review, you can find it on "The Barde" (top of the page).
Scholars have long wondered just who wrote these lovely pieces. J. S. Bach is usually the "attributed" composer, but many scholars now tell us that they may be the work of Johann Tobias Krebs (1680-1762) or of his son, Johann Ludwig (1713-1780).
I will leave that question unanswered... :-)
The second is quite an imposing piece for its size. I still recall the old "Golden Age of the Organ" recording done by E. Power Biggs. I was very inspired by that recording of this piece.
The excellent, clean score is attached below.
I hope you enjoy this "quick tour" of the "big" Eight Little Preludes and Fugues!