Big surprise: gobs and gobs of Bach, Buxtehude, and Graupner. Every time I sneeze the conductor's score for a cantata comes rocketing out. Right now my big craze has been Suzuki and the Bach Collegium Japan, their St. John Passion is mind blowing. If I could live in Leipzig and listen to High German music during every church music I would probably find a way to go every time they held a service, multiple times a day. Because I'm self employed and have the time to spare I'm sure you would find me more often than not sitting in Bach's own pew with a handkerchief handy just in case I start crying like a little girl.
And I'm not even Lutheran. Could care less. That's a hard act for any pastor to follow up.
I swear, one day I will take a seat in the Thomaskirche and gaze straight at God's throne. Sorry guys, I couldn't find a recording of the St. Matthew Passion in the Thomaskirche on youtube, would be nice to gaze at the mosaics and wonderful architecture as I listen.