Audiogon Classical Music Recommended Recordings

I find out Gramophone recommended recordings to be somehow curious. So, for classical music lovers and for those who want to explore the classical music, please post your favorite recordings.

This, I hope, it will be a great reference list.

Enjoy the music
My favourite recording along with outstanding performance is

"Symphonic Tango" a compilation on TelDek label.

It's not realy classical, but the mix of bandoneon with sympnonic orchestra + the recording quality is simply amazing.
"Goldberg Variations," J.S. Bach, Murray Perahia on CBS
"Partitas and Sonatas for Unaccompanied Violin," J.S. Bach, Nathan Milstein on DGG
"Piano Sonata in A Major, D. 959," F. Schubert, Richard Goode on Electra/Nonesuch
"Piano Sonatas nos. 28, 29, 30, 31, 32," Beethoven, Richard Goode on Electra/Nonesuch
vivaldi on arckiv.
handel on archiv.
bach on archiv.
almost anything harmonia mundi has done.
almost anything louseau lyre (sp?) has done.
Rmihai, I'm sorry but for me this is simply too broad a question to post any meaningful response. There are many resources available on the web to help people begin to explore classical music.

But, to be more constructive, I'll just offer some links to some previous posts about great classical music available here in the archives. These link to some of my answers and folks can simply look through the rest of the particular thread for great recommendations from others.

Classical Fans, I need advice

Best Sounding LPs (classical)

Best of the Decca Reissues (scroll down a screen to second post)

Amazing Solo Piano Recordings

Medieval-style Music

System Reference Recordings

Hi quality, relaxing classical suggestion?

Quite Strings? (sp)(Great string quartets that are "quiet")

Favorite Choral Music

Choral music suggestions

Violin Concertos

killer violin tracks (cd-only requested)
Yep, please refine your query

as always, your input is greatly appreciated. thanks

aloha keith
Thanks, Keith.
Thanks a lot