Well my copy arrived today courtesy of Amazon, if I was a musicologist with a knowledge of Bach's works I could give a more scholarly 'review' but ... Fei and her constant but unobtrusive companions 'The Elias String Quartet' start with a transcription of the d minor harpsichord concerto. The immediate feel is of a live recording with an authentic Baroque sound with the added bonus in that the guitar can diminuendo and crescendo which I think I'm right in saying the harpsichord of Bach's time couldn't, the guitar and harpsichord do sound similiar in respect of their lack of sustain, which of course makes this an ideal suite for transcription, and it is. The recording is refreshingly dry, clear and crisp, yes just like a cold glass of white wine, except, no hangover. There has been some very hard work gone into these transcriptions, I don't know when Fei has found the time with her schedule but not only in the writing but these are big pieces for anyone, nearly 24 minutes for the d minor suite, that is heavyweight by anyone's standards. The Adagio is dramatic and intimate, the third movement the band has a 'jolly up' as Julian Bream might say, with some very nice bass playing on the guitar mixing in some stacattico notes in the bass to drive it along. The quartet have left just enough room for the guitar to shine at the cadences and the playing will come a surprise to listeners not used to the virtuosic capabilities of great guitar players. This isn't music just for guitarists but for all lovers of great music.Best thing I've bought ... ever? Maybe. So thank you very much Ms. Fei Yang.