Of course.... as a matter of fact, I wrote “the most of lists” precisely thinking of your list because your choices are notoriously more varied and interesting (to me) than the average. Even if I frequently don’t share your remarks about what you call “HIP ideology”.
My remarks about "HIP ideology"? You mean that, on occasion I suggest that HIP isn't really primarily a matter of baroque tastes but of 21st century tastes... and OVPP claims stand on shaky feet* (even when the musical results are awesome) and that the willy-nilly throwing of theorbos at continuo sections, without regard to what music it is and where it was composed, is a bit of cute absurdity?
None of that is all that offensive or radical, though, is it? Or are you thinking of something else? Because even with the above comments, I'd like to think myself a pro-HIPster.
(* In fact, I think that OVPP is more far fetched than Norrington's No-Vibrato-until-20th-Ct. hypotheses.)
HIP, yes; early music, no.
Early music = pre-Bach? I do suppose that, given that definition, you're right. Despite my inclusion of the Bux-Box. (Although, if I counted like the PR people at Universal with their Mozart Box ("1.5 Million CDs sold"), I could claim that 29 of ~40 CDs were pre-Bach in my list; ergo nearly 2/3.