I liked everything on this disk from the great technique and musicianship of the performers, to the twangy (but changeable) sound of the two pianos, to the pieces selected, such as the Beyer arrangement of the C minor Adagio and Fugue and the Pratsch transcription of the E-flat Quartet K. 493. But the highlight for me was the playing of the Andante in the D major sonata K. 448--quite free, but the second piano being marvelously lyric and expressive--really a splendid conception of the movement. The first time I heard it, I was paralyzed at the sound--I'd never heard the piece phrased quite that way--then I hit the repeat button several more times.
This label, Zig Zag Territoires, has a lot of interesting stuff for pianophiles. The label is new, but well-conceived and focused on musically important, but not well known areas of the repertory. This sort of thing doesn't happen by accident. I've bought a number of recordings on this label and they are almost all winners.