My favorite recording of the Trio Sonatas by far. Most organists think they have to rush through the first and last movements to prove their dexterity (and possibly to fit them all on one disc), but Isoir lets the music really unfold. No one can attribute his tempi to a technical necessity, on the contrary he has an evenness and clarity which is unmatched. The organ (Ahrend) has alot of beautiful colors which are well recorded. Of the other works on the disc (recorded on another French organ) I find that the C mino P+F, BWV 546, might have been better served on a German organ although it is played beautifully.