I did this last year after being a way for a few weeks to just play the organ again the moment I got back. Not sure if I mentioned anywhere before but I did extensive travel to 26 countries last summer and autumn [sorry 'fall' ;-) ] and saw some beautiful organs among other things. This was done after the first trip away and has four distinct parts.
It starts off with me just playing about randomly before settling in and morphing into two different versions of the chorus from a modern worship song "Cornerstone" which uses the words of "My Hope is Built on Nothing Less" but with different words for the chorus. The way the first part ends is the way I heard a version of the modern song "Blessed Be Your Name" end once, coming out of nowhere and just hanging in suspense, not really resolving after a joyful section.
It then changes at 3:38
into the modern version of Charitie L, Bancroft's "Before the Throne of God Above" with a little play around after it very loosely on the theme.
Sorry about the abrupt start it had a little test of the sound before hand and obviously didn't leave enough gap between it ending and me starting. Also has a couple of places of poor editing to edit out the gaps of changing stops.
In the absence of anything else recorded due to a back problem I upload this in the hope someone might enjoy some or all of it. Hopefully my back will allow time to record some more Peeters soon.