Yevgeny Sudbin playing Scarlatti is a feast! He emulates his great compatriot Vladimir Horowitz in realizing that the sonatas (555 in all) that Domenico Scarlatti ostensibly wrote for performance on the harpsichord are actually much better suited to the piano. The range of moods and colours that Scarlatti conjured up - not to mention the sheer speed that some movements really require if they are to work to the best advantage - cannot be achieved on the harpsichord, however brilliant the performer. Gramophone: Editor's choice. 10/10 Classics Today. "Yevgeny Sudbin makes his solo debut on disc with performances of a superlative vitality and super-fine sensitivity...This is, arguably, among the finest, certainly most enjoyable of all Scarlatti recitals." Bryce Morrison, Gramophone. Classical Internet Award 2005.