Few instruments can rival the organ's variety. Every organist must have come across some pretty strange noises in their time. But this one, for me, takes the biscuit. It gobbles more-or-less the entire bakery (and burps at 1:32). It's a most peculiar sound. I don't know quite what it is. It claims to be Balbustre played on the Gabler organ of Weingarten Abbey. The weird bit starts around 1:26 - before that, things are relatively calm French Baroque. At 2:10, you really have to start wearing headphones to appreciate stereophonic bagpipes. Several comments suggest it might be a different organ altogether, and the bloke who's uploaded it has replied in fairly nonsensical German, and slightly more reasonable French (but still very enigmatic) so I'm thoroughly confused.
Nevertheless, this is an experience unlikely to be forgotten.
Anyone else got any curios?