It’s a bit unsure whether this papraphrasis of verses from the Psalms is by Buxtehude or not. It was first published as one of his works by Søren Sørensen in 1957 but within a year Sørensen revealed that he had come to doubt its authenticity. Martin Geck also considered it to be an attributed work rather than an authentically Buxtehudian one while Georg Karstädt accepted as an authentic work and published it in the main part of the first edition of the Buxtehude-Werke-Verzeichnis.
Whether you consider it to be just a "school of" work or as something penned by the master it’s a lovely obbligato style piece of music that more than repays the time spent listening it. Enjoy :-).
Dieterich Buxtehude (±1637-1707) (Attrib): Accedite gentes BuxWV 1
Accedite gentes, occurrite populi, adorate
Anonymous paraphrase of selected verses
Come hither, all nations, come running, all
Performers: Theatre of Voices directed by Paul Hillier