Edo's beautiful recording gave me no peace .....
The fugue is really a very splendid one and also shows the development of music within the baroque period. This piece is located in the high, perhaps late baroque period, and somehow I can't shake off the suspicion that I also recognise JSB's style at one point or another. This interval E-flat5 -> F-sharp4 was also a decisive feature of Frederick the Great's melody, which he offered to the good JSB on the flute with the words "Mache Er eine Fuge daraus".
As we all know, this also gave rise to the "musical sacrifice", which JSB commented with the words "Sh** Thema - Es taugt nicht für eine Fuge".
But this interval is suitable in Eberlin's fugue and he has made something very beautiful out of it.
I recorded the piece live in 2 parts with a metronome (slower than the original I must admit). In the first run the upper 3 voices and then the pedal (with the manual). My software adjusted the note durations, set the tempo to 93 BPM and tweaked a bit on the abundant ornaments.
The result is this very lively and squeaky piece. The 16" trombone in the pedal, which I love so much on the Lochtum organ, is great.