Vincent Lübeck (1654 – 1740) was a German composer and organist. He was born in Padingbüttel and worked as organist and composer at Stade's St. Cosmae et Damiani (1675–1702) and Hamburg's famous St. Nikolai (1702–1740), where he played one of the largest contemporary organs.
He enjoyed a remarkably high reputation in his lifetime, and had numerous pupils, among which were two of his sons.
I chose the Poblet Metzler for this upload, as Wim Bomhoff had recorded this piece earflier on the Stade Hus/Schnitger organ, which Lübeck Played for almost thirty years.
His fine rendition of the piece can be found here:
It sounds also great on the Poblet Metzler with its roomy acoustics, which St. Cosmae lacks for a bit.
Hope you are going to listen to both uploads an like them....