This video was made as an afterthought, at the conclusion of a recording session for organist John Ayer. John Ayer had just concluded his recording session for a double-CD of organ music of J. S. Bach on the Pro Organo label. I was serving as producer-engineer for that recording. But, being an organist, too, and knowing the rich history of this organ at Harvard's Buisch Hall and E. Power Biggs, I could not resist playing it a bit myself. So I turned the cameras on myself, and John Ayer helped with some of the camera work (Thanks, John!), allowing me to capture this moment where I relished in playing one of my favorite - non-idiomatic Bach organ works: The Fiddle Fugue in D minor.