One thing which the reader will have certain noticed from our Baroque Repertory Overview, especially if the links are followed, is that we have rather little detail on the later Baroque. In 1994, we felt that this was just a matter of time, and I had made explicit room to continue this project to the edges of the Baroque. Now, not only does the relative volume of later Baroque recordings make that unrealistic, seeing as none of us are enthusiasts, but this music already receives more than adequate attention on regular classical music sites. The latter is also a factor here, as our intention is primarily education and promotion.
That said, we do have some Bach recordings listed, and I'm sure we will continue to have others, just not enough to be comprehensive. Also, the Bach section in the Baroque Overview looks like it won't be written, so I have given this list. Bluntly, this list represents a subset of what would make a good Bach Overview. As with other sections of the FAQ, following the links does provide alternate citations in many places. It might still be useful, and it gives me a chance to wrap up the last details, in terms of links within the CD database.
Do not construe this list as a proper Overview of Bach, but it is a list of worthwhile recordings. The "problem" would be in scope. We have very little vocal music for the later Baroque.
To Repertory Overview ListsTodd M. McComb