Andreas Armsdorf was a German composer and organist. He studied both music and law. As organist he was active in Erfurt at several churches. It could have been that Johann Pachelbel was his teacher at some point, but I found no proof of that. I think this chorale prelude clearly shows the influence of Pachelbel. However, that's not unique, since many German organists of that time were heavily influenced by Pachelbel.
This chorale prelude starts with a short and strict introduction. After that introduction fast moving passages appear, combined with the cantus firmus in the pedal. You can chose to play this in different ways concerning registration. I went for a trio approach a 2 claviers e pedale.