Daniel let me know that as of this week both volumes 1 and 2 of my 24 preludes and fugues are up at Magnatune.
http://magnatune.com/artists/albums/est ... udesfugues
So for those who have looked through the scores posted here at Delcamp that would like to know how they sound, Daniel did a wonderful job bringing them to life.
Not sure when they become available to purchase elsewhere besides Magnatune but I've asked that when they are available they do so simultaneously. There's no fixed/prescribed order for the cycle. You could play through/listen through in the ascending chromatic "Bach" order. You could go with the Chopin/Shostakovich order. You could go with the Castelnuovo-Tedesco version of key relationships. You could even try for a Nikolai Kapustin pattern of a reversed circle of fifths alternating with the minor key of the augmented fifth/flattened median. I was thinking that in the era of the playlist it doesn't really matter precisely what order the cycle is played through or listened through.
Thanks to the Delcamp forum for giving me a space to publish both the solo and duet versions of the cycle and thanks to Daniel Estrem for being willing to record the cycle.