This programme can best be described as a journey across Baroque England in the company of Johann Sebastian Bach and one of the leading personalities of the world of organ music, Marie-Claire Alain. The legendary French organist plays some of the composer's greatest organ music on the most magnificent and famous organs in Europe. As she plays she gives a fascinating insight into their history, and shares her deep knowledge of, and passion for, these instruments and the genius of Bach. The composer travelled little during his lifetime, but director Bruno Monsaingeon extends the geographical scope of Bach's activities by incluing organs best suited to his music. The instruments featured here, at venues including Haarlem, Groningen, Rötha and Dresden are ones which Bach himself would have played, or which were built to his specifications.