Deutsche Grammophon has recently reissued Mozart Piano Concertos recorded by Bilson and Gardiner in the mid to late 1980's. At this price it is a very attractive introduction to period instrument performance. Although these interpretations do not necessarily show these concertos as they were performed in Mozart's time, they certainly come close since Gardiner uses the same orchestral forces that Mozart was familiar with in the 1780's. Somehow I could imagine an ensemble such as the English Baroque Soloists performing as the court orchestra to the Habsburg dynasty in Vienna. Bilson and Gardiner's collaboration is at its best with Mozart's later piano concertos; though throughout the set they share an excellent rapport with the EBS. I was surprised by the great range of tone as well as drama which Bilson draws from the vintage piano; that in itself is worth the price of these CDs, though Bilson's warm, lyrical performances should be regarded as good as those from Ashkenazy and Brendel. The sound quality is excellent, though not quite up to the latest digital standard. An earlier edition of this set may still be available for sale at amazon.com; in lieu of that, you should purchase this marvellous collection.