Lübeck was a contemporary of Bach although 31 years his senior (1654-1740). Lesser-known these days, he was supposedly one of the most prolific
composers for organ but only a handful of his compositions have survived. While not as melodic or harmonically complex as Bach's, Lübeck's works have
an energy all their own. Rendered in Silbermann tuning.
St. Anne's Church, Moseley, Birmingham, England (1874) - Samples by Martin Dyde
- Prelude & Fugue in F Major
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