on 25 November 2012
Although I'm only really familiar with the violin sonatas, I feel Leonhardt's interpretations are the yardstick to measure all others. The recordings aren't all digital but are all first-rate (the violin sonatas emanate from 1974). Siegfried Kuijken's intonation is faultless and perhaps the only pity is that there is no viola da gamba, as in Menuhin's stereo recording with George Malcolm and Ambrose Gauntlett, which doesn't appear to have been reissued on CD. This is an unmissable bargain at a little over £1 per disc.