I find Mullova's version to have superb tone and careful phrasing but somewhat lacking in other areas. The necessary dynamics, the colors, and proper articulation with some of the key lines. My favorite interpretation of the Chaconne (overall) is Henryk Szeryng.
And no offense to the poster but I find Andrew Manze's version of the Double Violin Concerto to be atrocious. Those inappropriate rubato just destroys the wonderful structure of the piece. But to be honest, I have yet to hear a performance of the Double Violin Concerto that satisfied me. Darn my high standards.
Everything by Bach is a godsend so I'll post some that's non-Bach:
One of my favorite cantata movements by Handel. Sigh so good.
Ingenious melody. Handel in his good days was a worthy rival of Bach.
Best recording of the double cello concerto I've ever heard. And one of Vivaldi's best works - I don't even think it's subjective. Usually Vivaldi suffers from not being able to develop or navigate his music well. But in this case, he did a fantastic job.
Scarlatti like Vivaldi was a great melodic genius. Heck there were a lot of them in the Baroque era weren't there!?
Wow I can't believe I found this off my old playlist. The video was taken down a long time ago. It's an amazing rendition. To think Scarlatti could sound so great on the piano!
This is Telemann at its best. Just found it. You will not regret listening to this. P.S. Musica Antiqua Koln is just amazing.
I know I posted a crap ton but I highly recommend listening to all of them. If anyone wants some recording recommendations for Bach, I can do that as well.