»I particularly like the serene and vivid layout of the whole. It is so refreshing in comparison to the formlessness and turmoil that is currently common in organ music.«

Albert Schweitzer on the Legend op. 29, 1910

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Bunk's Legende for Organ and Brass Quartet op. 55a, composed at Christmas 1914 − in the Bielefeld environment of the "Posaunengeneral" ("Brass General") Johannes Kuhlo and written at the same time as the later so-called "Christmas peace" during the First World War − was published by Bärenreiter in July 2022.

Baritone Falko Hönisch and pianist André Dolabella have recorded almost all of Gerard Bunk's nearly ninety lieder with piano. The extensive project was funded by the Deutscher Musikrat − listen to it on the Gerard Bunk YouTube channel.

Bunk's song Dorfkirche im Sommer, written in 1909 on the heretical text of Detlev von Liliencron, was first published as a facsimile of the manuscript in the third issue 2022 of the journal Ars Organi.