Like his live Moscow recording of the Goldberg Variations (Nimbus), Feltsman's Six Partitas from the Clavierubung is outstanding. It compares favorably with Angela Hewitt and Bernard Roberts; but it also has a bit more excitement in key moments. Unlike his less satisfactory recording of The Well-Tempered Clavier, Feltsman manages to keep his foot off the pedal and thus evokes a wonderfully crisp, Baroque rendition on the piano -- as he did in the fantastic Goldberg Variations recording. The Camerata double CD is actually a Japanese pressing and the sonics are quite extraordinary. There is also room for 20 minutes of the Fifteen Two-Part Inventions, also exquisitely performed as an encore to the Partitas. Although expensive, this set is well worth the investment. Fortunately, I bought it at a Feltsman recital in Kansas City (October 2010) for only $35. This is a pianist worth hearing live if you have the opportunity. Like Sokolov and Koroliov, he represents the great new generation of successors to Richter.