Using a beautiful Schnitger organ, very well captured in terms of sound, Coudurier presents Lübeck's organ works. Lübeck is arguably the pinnacle of the stylus phantasticus, which might be translated as "frienzied style" and which is was cultivated by musicians such as as Reincken and, above all, Buxtehude.
The version is expressive, but not unbuttoned. Lübeck's music takes it well because it is so structured and intrinsically organized.
For those that want to intellectually appreciate this music this is one of the best versions. The organ is large but it sounds dry (because of the actual acoustics of the church) and transparent, thus allowing for a very good rendering of Lübeck's magnificent counterpoint.
For people that want to taste the sheer power of the stylus phantasticus I would recommend Leon Berben's recording on the only old organ that remotely resembles Lübeck's own Schnitger.