The melody of the Chorale “Wass mein Gott will, das gescheh allzeit” was created by Albrecht der Jüngere, Markgraf von Brandenburg-Culmbach.
The melody has been altered during it's use: In this Pachelbel Prelude: the earlier melody is still recognizable, but Pachelbel used the version that was fashionable during his time. The melody lies in the pedal part.
The registrations used are the plenum of the Hauptwerk and Brüstungs-Positiv.
Hauptwerk: Copel 16', Principal 8', Octav 4', Doublet 2', Mixtur 4f, Cimbal 3f
Positiv: Copel 8', Prestant 4', Quitn 3', Doublet 2', Mixtur 4f
Pedal: Principal 16', Flauta 8', Flet 4', Quint3'', Fagot 8' // Melody in Pedal.
The chorale melody precedes the prelude played on the Cornet 3f of the Positiv.
The first chorale part is played on the Hauptwerk, the repeat on the Positiv and the last part again on the Hauptwerk.