This series of Liszt at Lipiny concludes with what I think is Liszt's most cohesive and perhaps most compelling organ work. I believe this piece was written for the inauguration of a new Ladegast organ, but was not completed in time, and was revised at a later date anyway. What you hear in this upload is the revised version as published by Edition Peters. Liszt admired Ladegast's organs, which even when built in the late 19th century (listen to the Wernigerode sample set) were conservative and quite classical sounding. I think this organ at Lipiny has quite a lot in common with the Ladegast style. Anyway I hope you have enjoyed listening to this series as much as I have enjoyed making it, and I hope you are inspired to make more use of this sample set.