I have to disagree with the coments on BWV 552, the St Anne. My wife left the selection of music for our marriage in 2007 to me with the proviso that she would not enter to the classic "Wedding March". I trawled through my collection of Bach to find an appropriate piece. The moment the opening phrase of the St Anne was complete, I knew this was the right piece for her entrance, both stately and majestic and at a perfect military slow march pace. Our organist knew the piece and was happy to recreate the tempo. It made our day and it brings a tear to my eye every time I hear Chorzempa play the piece.
To hear it any faster makes me feel it is being rushed.
The same is true for the Toccata & Fugue D minor (BWV 565). When I first heard this version one lunchtime on Classic FM in the UK, both my father and I stopped what we were doing, turned up the volume and listened. We have both enjoyed this piece throughout the years, but had never heard it played with such depth of feeling and emotion.
I believe, in this recording, Chorzempa projects himself through the organ in a way few other players seem to be able to do.
If you only have one CD of organ music in your collection, then this should be that CD.