When mentioning organ music, most non-organists think of a dark, rusty and clerical mystery, right? Wrong!
There's plenty of video game music (often called "VGM" or "BGM" for "background music") out there that IMO perfectly fits the organ and deserves a transcription. Nowadays, a lot of VGM is completely orchestrated and not the 8-bit beep stuff anymore.
In this little series, I'd like to introduce the genre to those who're interested, and I hope that you have fun with it.
On May 1st 2015, I played a complete Zelda medley of about 35 minutes on the grand new IV+P Schuke organ (117 ranks, 92 stops -- see the YT video for a link to further details) at the Magdeburg cathedral. (What an extraordinary event for a newbie like me...!) The YT recording at https://youtu.be/yiaG82Nr9m8?t=16m20s
(the one linked on the upper left) contains the same title, but played in a different mood.
Game: The Legend of Zelda (various episodes)
Composer: Koji Kondo