For your information, these Hopkinson Smith recordings are of Bach's 'cello suites 4 & 6, BWV 1010 & 1012, arranged by Hopkinson Smith for the lute and the lute suite, BWV 995 which is Bach's own arrangement of his 'cello suite no. 5 BWV 1011. thus they are incorrectly listed by Amazon. Hopefully the will correct the matter and make my comments redundant.
That said, Hopkinson Smith is a very fine player. I own his recordings of Bach's lute music, BWV 995 - 1000 inclusive, and BWV 1006A (most of which was probably written for keyboard. Bach owned a lautenwerk, or gut strung harpsichord which he used to simulate the lute. He owned a couple of lutes too.) Bach's own arrangement of his 'cello suite no. 5 is excellent in Hopkinson Smith's version so I am sure this recording including the 'cello suites 4 & 6 on the lute will be of the same quality.
You might also like to check out Nigel North's wonderful recordings, on the lute, of Bach's six violin sonatas and partitas (BWV 1000 - 1006) and of the 'cello suites, again on the lute (BWV 1007 - 1012) which are all available in one bargain boxed set.
Be sure to read the product description which clarifies matters.