I've listened to many recordings of Magnificat, this one remains my favourite. The orchestra and choir are lean and clean. Not excessively driven like in many "period" recordings, and better sound than Mega orchestras and choirs. The tempi and rhythm are natural, the fast movements are exiting. Esurientes is sung by alto Caroline Trevor. (I keep Rilling/Schäfer+Quasthoff, it is just as good, but my second choice. Harnoncourt/Wien has the most powerful tenor, but Rilling/Taylor or Summerly/Robinson are not far from it)
Extra treat is the Cantata "Ich Habe genug". Last movement "Ich freue mich auf meinen tod" (I look forward to my death) is sung by bass Nicholas Gedge, and you even believe he means it! I'm glad to have found this pearl by coincidence.