Days after posting that, to my great surprise and pleasure, I received a very nice email of appreciation from...Peter Breiner. He's quite an accomplished fellow -- not only with over 200 recordings (I don't even own 200 CDs...), but he wrote a weekly newspaper column, is a book author, had a radio program, and hosted a talk show on Slovenska Televizia (with the great title, Do You Have Something Against That?) that had the honor of being briefly banned for being too controversial. And writes fine emails.
This is a wonderful selection from the sequel, Christmas Goes Baroque II. It's a beautiful, and incredibly clever, arrangement of "White Christmas," a song that has been done SO much that it would seem near-impossible to hear it in some new way. But that's what he does here, arranging the song in the style of Bach's "Air on a G String."