As with all Peter's editions, a well produced and printed book, but the selection of preludes is very dull and lacking in vitality. I wouldn't recommend it.
- (Oban, United Kingdom)
I would not agree with the first reviewer that this music is dull and lifeless. Buxtehude for example is a most gifted composer for organ and a lot of the remaining music (admittedly not written by the most brilliant of composers) is tuneful and has quite a lot of charm. I have played these pieces as voluntaries and they are unfamiliar to many listeners which to me makes them rather more interesting than the more usual fare. Worth getting to know, I think.
- (Kirkwall, United Kingdom)