She plays beautifully, but there's just SO much out there (too much?) that it's hard to focus on one player or even a handful of players for very long. I came across a blog post that a guy wrote back in 2011 about the fact that from the year 2000 up until the time he was writing there had been at least 26 different recordings of the complete Bach solo violin works. He called it the "Bach violin glut" (while also pointing out that in the same time frame over 100 different recordings of the Goldberg Variations had been released). He makes some really interesting points:
"One obvious conclusion: once, when a violinist recorded the sonatas and partitas it was a relatively infrequent event and likely to get noticed. Today, most Bach lovers have never heard of many of the above releases or artists. It's another common trend of the digital era, of course: when there's endless supply, it's hard to stand out. That, plus economic stress, could slow the future growth rate of Bach-violin-cycle supply. Which is a shame in some ways. When so many people undertake something, some of them will achieve great results. Now, I just need a few years to catch up with it all and figure out who did so."
The same goes for guitar.
"Wherever there is devotional music, God with His grace is always present."
-- J. S. Bach