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Bach Album Reviews
Drive Featured Album, starting Monday 2 November 2015 after 6pm
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 8 June 2015
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 24 November 2014
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 10 November 2014
John Suchet's Album of the Week, 27 October 2014
Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 6 October 2014
John Suchet's Album of the Week, 21 July 2014
Brilliant French violinist's first album as soloist and conductor. Album of the Weekend, 5-6 April 2014.
Janine Jansen and friends share their passion for Bach's chamber music. Album of the Weekend, 2-3 November 2013.
A lively new take on Bach's timeless concertos. Classic FM Drive Featured Album, 2 September 2013.
A unique disc of Bach concertos, played on period instruments. John Suchet's Album of the Week, 6 May 2013
Part of John Eliot Gardiner’s mammoth Bach Cantatas project with his English Baroque Soloists and Monteverdi Choir.
A brilliant new album of bright Baroque concertos from three members of the Bach family. Album of the Week, 11 March 2013
The Grammy nominated mandolinist takes on Bach in a brilliant new recording.
Marking the 50th anniversary of Glenn Gould's iconic Bach recording, this version of the Goldberg Variations is a must-listen for Bach fans
Personal sins and their forgiveness are central to the cantatas performed live as part of the Monteverdi Choir’s epic Bach pilgrimage in Potsdam.
John Eliot Gardiner articulates Bach with his trademark understanding on this collection of the great composer's Cantatas
A refreshing recording, embodying the moving spiritual message of Bach's two Passion oratorios on period Baroque instruments
Hélène Schmitt's performance of may well be the most profoundly searching version of these intractable masterpieces yet recorded.
Classic FM's Nick Bailey loves this enthusiastic period-instrument recording by the Japanese Bach Collegium under Masaaki Suzuki
Bach's lost aria 'Alles mit Gott' gets a rare outing on this charming sung and ravishingly played performance under John Eliot Gardiner
Bernard Roberts cements his reputation as a pianist in the same league as some of the greats with this collection of Bach's Complete French Suites
Against stiff competition in a crowded Bach field, violinist Julia Fischer tackles the composer's momentous Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin
Ton Koopman with the Amsterdam Baroque gives a textured and powerful performance of Bach's surviving Easter Cantatas
John Brunning explores why Bach's fine trio sonatas are as popular today as they were in the Baroque period
Istanbul-born Pekinel twins Güher and Süher Pekinel play Bach's most recognisable concertos with a thrilling zeal on this energetic recording
Pianist Alexandre Tharaud adds texture and colour to Bach's often misinterpreted Concertos italiens
Cellist Maria Kliegel tackles Bach's demanding Cello Suites with aplomb but her performance lacks the necessary drama
The Ricercar Consort under founder Philippe Pierlot gives a resoundingly jubilant performance of Bach’s Magnificat in D
Pierre Hantaï performs a meticulous rendition of Bachs' Goldberg Variations, but he doesn't provide much excitement or humour
These readings of Bach are simply stunning.
Masaaki Suzuki leads the Bach Collegium Japan to success through his vast awareness of the meaning behind Bachs' cantatas
A mixed review of St Luke's Chamber Orchestra's rendition of the renowned Brandenburg Concertos from JS Bach
A beautiful Christmas collection from Bach to William Marsh - John Brunning reviews the Nativity Christmas Music from Georgian England
Eric Aubier on the trumpet and organist Thierry Escaich impress on this collection of pieces by the likes of Bach and Mozart
Hengelbrock and the Balthasar-Neumann Choir and Ensemble perform JS Bach's Magnificat and Missa Sapientiae from Lotti
Bowyer offers no less than 44 (mainly) short works on these two superb discs on the Marcussen Organ of Sct. Hans Kirke, Odense