A genuine bargain here: recorded in rich, but not over-reverberant sound, these performances have bags of personality and Carmen Piazzini resplendently communicates her enjoyment of this superb Music. Tempi are very well chosen, allowing vigour and pathos to come from the Music as appropriate, although others might share my opinion that the most famous movement in all these works - the "Rondo alla Turka" is a little too slow for Mozart's "Allegretto" marking. All Exposition repeats in First Movements are observed, but in slow movements only when there is a "1o/2da" marking.
A modern piano is used, but Piazzini is careful with dynamic contrasts - in the early Sonatas, she keeps within a range of forte to piano, reflecting the limited dynamic range of the early pianos for which the works were written. For the later works, she expands the range as the Music requires.
Above all, though, these performances are such a pleasure to hear: genial, vigorous and touching by turns, they sparkle throughout: just sample track 37 (the First Movement of the Bb major Sonata) - you'll want it to carry on after the 30-second limit, so infectious is the Music-making. It's all like that!