I have listened to the recordings done by Gould, Tureck, Schiff, Kempff (which I hate), and Zhu Xiao Mei. So here I am wondering if there are any other recording that are worth listening to? Thank you.

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  • Maybe you should define "good" and explain what would be the accepted answer...? – Bebs Feb 18 at 8:22

Gustav Leonhardt's recording (1976) comes highly recommended by Wim Winters (whose good sense I trust without reservation).

Here is a link:


Glenn Gould has two versions. The latter DDD version is vastly different, imho, and far preferred. (If you ever hear his interview comparing the two, he describes them interestingly.)


Simone Dinnerstein's version is quite good. Its not everyone's cup of tea but then again, neither are Gould's early and/or late versions.


I was raised on Trevor Pinnock's recording:


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