"The music of Johann Sebastian Bach appeals equally to the intellect and the heart," says host Michael Barone, who presents a selection of the composer's best known works in this episode. Tune in at 11 pm on Sunday to hear a some of Bach's most famous interpreters on the organ playing the composer's works, as well as transcriptions, arrangements and take-offs of his music.
J.S. Bach: Toccata in C, BWV 564 Pascale Rouet (1997 König/Basilique Notre-Dame d’Espérance, Charleville-Mézières, France)
J.S. Bach: Selections from Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 Prelude & Fugue in C, BWV 847; Prelude & Fugue in C sharp, BWV 848; Prelude in B flat, BWV 866; Prelude in B flat, BWV 867; Fugue in D, BWV 850 Timothy Albrecht (2005 Jaeckel/Emerson Concert Hall, Schwartz Center, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga)
J.S. Bach: Two Orgelbüchlein Chorale-preludes "Erschienen ist der herrlich’ Tag" BWV 629; "O Mensch, bewein" BWV 622 Albert Schweitzer (1718 Silbermann; 1952 Mühleisen/Église Saint Aurelie, Strasbourg, France)
Theo Flury: Hommage a J. S. Bach Brass Power Schweiz and Theo Flury (2995 Mathis/Einsiedeln Cloister, Switzerland)