The audio portion of this slide show is a computer generated recording of Praeludium, Chorale, and Fugue in d minor Op. 10 from Eight Pieces for Organ Op. 10-17 by Steven Monrotus.

Dedicated to the memory of Johann Sebastian Bach, this spacious tripartite work is written in a style favored by the old masters of his student days and incorporates his melodic signature Bb-A-C-B in all 3 sections.

The Praeludium is multi-sectional and recalls the "stylus phantasticus" of North German organists which heavily influenced him as an organist during his youthful days.

The 4-voice middle movement is also multi-sectional and as an excerpt arranged for hands only, playable on a piano, has been published separately under the title Chorale in d minor Op. 9 from Ten Pieces for Organ Op. 1-9.

The 4-voice Fugue which concludes the work has 3 countersubjects and is written in quadruple counterpoint.

The audio clip being computer generated merely gives an idea of what this music would sound like on the real McCoy.

This work also has been posted on YouTube at this external link: