Yet another recording of the "Alleluia Toccata" that I've already played on a variety of instruments ... and now to add yet another organ ... the 1787 Holzhey of St. Peter und Paul Weissenau. Although this organ doesn't have a big 32' pedal stop, it still does a magnificent job. The organist and church perspective are both set to 100%.
It's a bit late for Easter, but I think it's great to listen to anytime.
A number of other organists on the Concert Hall have also done recordings of this piece after it was first introduced by Erik.
I wish I had the precise fingering technique Edo demonstrated in his two recordings of this piece, along with several others.
Update 05/13: I just noticed. This upload took place 1 day after my 2nd anniversary on the Concert Hall.