The piece I present today comes from a competition that the American Guild of Organists held. The National Convention in Houston organized a competition of preludes and postludes based on modern tunes. As an improviser, I often treat modern tunes in old fashions. This work is simply an ornamented chorale prelude after the style of Bach. There are some moments that I particularly like in the work, little moments of my interests interspersed in my impression of Bach. But the best moment happens at the very end when the B-A-C-H(Bb) appears in the final cadence. I do not regularly try to be clever, but this one I find enjoyable.