This does indeed sound difficult! I do like the theme from part A, and part B provides a great contrast to the first part. That last minute or so just before the end is incredible! All sorts of movement all over the place - it just doesn't let go up until the very end! I really enjoyed that!
Do you have some kind of resentment towards organ players? This spectacular score (and fantastic music) must be a real torture for the ankles and feet of the performer... (LOL)
I particularly like the persistent chromatic movements. They have some heavenly direction (I don't know exactly why I say this, but that's how it feels - probably an association with church - organ - climbing - reaching some state of undefinable ecstasy...
But it IS a challenging approach in modern organ literature AND a footwork exercise of top level!
Yes, Michael, lots of activity, maintains interest, and I hope keeps you a bit breathless, and with only three voices.
Max, I wrote this and the one prior to this because I have recently become acquainted with an organs with both the musical and technical abilities to perform such difficult music, and who has expressed some interest in my music.
I am fond of chromatic passages, and music which requires close attention, plenty of action, but without "busy work". You will find a completely different use of it in my Organ Symphony Nr 1. Attention grabbing, but not heavenly!