Wow, awesome, kudos ! A small connoisseurs' label, but a good one seeing they have artists like Ian Pace on the roll. May it sell like hot buns and herald the start of a fruitful career. I wonder what you next CD is going to be about.
I'm quite impressed by the range of titles and artists they have. They also have a tie-up with Naxos Digital Library, which has to be a good thing. I wouldn't mind learning the Liapunov Transcendentals, but I don't think I can play all of them! Also I think completist recording projects carry the risk that the performer isn't so focussed with some of the pieces. Revisiting some of Alkan's music would be worthwhile, but a CD's worth of material probably constitutes more work than I'm prepared to put in. So, particularly as I feel I've found an albeit small niche, I'm inclined to do a sequel - I have about 45-50 mins worth of material chosen, but need to select another 2/3 pieces. It's a complicated business choosing pieces - I don't see any point in selecting heavily recorded pieces unless you have very firm opinions about the music, but it seems to me that many rarely / un- recorded paraphrases aren't much more than exercises in notespinning, so finding meritorious rarities can be an uphill struggle. Then you have to select them so there's some sort of balance - fast/slow etc.
As a footnote I can say to everyone that it seems like a minor miracle has taken place. I never expected this to happen when I made the disc and it has only happened through luck, because one of the reviewers was sufficiently taken with it that he, with my permission, passed it on to various record companies to sample and that resulted in further interest.