An effervescent collection of ingenious pieces, beautifully and skilfully played by Trevor Pinnock. Only the very slow ones fail to have the range and sweetness of Scarlatti's piano works (so avoid no 87). The rest sound like the background music for all those films set in the 18th century, where naughty men in wigs chase equally naughty women in wigs or try to avoid breaking out in a sweat during recitals because of the sexual tension in case their powder runs. The playing reminds me of Paul Tortellier in the Bach Cello sonatas - it sounds like several instruments at once. Try 204a and if you like that, download the others.