Got this box a while ago:
Minimal Piano Collection vol.1-10, performed by Jeroen van Veen.
This set contains more Philip Glass than you can shake your fist at, as well as a generous selection by composers both familiar (John Adams, Michael Nyman) and obscure (most of them European). Two discs are devoted to van Veen's own cycle of piano preludes.
To me the greatest discovery is the bristling 35-minute Solodevilsdance IV for solo piano by Dutch composer Simeon ten Holt. van Veen has recorded ten Holt's works for multiple pianos and I'm really intrigued.
The recording is very, very close-miked, lacking in atmosphere and at times rather oppressive. It subtracts from the beauty of these pieces; but at Brilliant Classic's price, it is a small concession to make.
Edited by FalconP - 3/18/12 at 9:35pm