Trio on ST. COLUMBA. (The King of Love My Shepherd Is)
Kris is a friend of mine; we worked on our degrees together at the University of Oklahoma. He is a rather prodigious performer and has a very active youtube channnel worth checking out.
Visit Kris's own performance here: https://youtu.be/eP7qjl-SK1o
You can purchase the score (altered slightly in this performance) here: https://cristianorizzotto.com/product/st-columba-trio/
Performed on the Sonus Paradisi Billerbeck Dom (Dry) using Hauptwerk V, no added reverb.
This recording features the rather rare HW to Ped 2' "Cantus Firmus" coupler. (These are amazing(!) and more organs should have them.)
Console is a Johannus Sweelinck 30 with stops labeled for the Portland Rosales (my daily driver).
Here you can hear that the Billerbeck "Dry" is still *quite* wet because it is situated in a tremendous room; it's the character of the more direct sound that attracted me to the "dry" set. For it to be more of a dry (in the traditional sense of the term) set significant truncation is necessary. Nevertheless, it is a fun and flexible set, particularly having three divisions under expression, two sets of strings, and gratuitous couplers.