Perfect! That's e exactly what I needed.
in the meantime, I also have a couple of sampler CDs by Helene Grimaud on order..
(Perspectives by Helene...)
That will suffer a bit from the thing that Periquozi flagged, that it's got movements from multiple pieces rather than the whole pieces. Having said that, there are some wonderful bits of music there, and I think you'll really enjoy it, it looks a nice intro to classical piano music, although I would suggest then moving on to the whole pieces.
The two Bach Prelude and Fugues (labelled as BWV 847 and BWV 875) are from his masterful Well Tempered Clavier, and will stand up well on their own without the other 44 movements. It then has the whole of Bartok's Romanian Folk Dances, 6 short movements, which is a lovely setting of 6 traditional folk dances, it runs to about 5-10 minutes from memory. That's followed by the first movement from one of the late great Beethoven Piano Sonatas (Op. 101), I think it's quite reasonable to believe (and I do) that in his late piano sonatas and string quartets that Beethoven took music to a level of sophistication and self-revelation that has never been surpassed. But it isn't as pompous or pretentious as I make it sound, this is a lovely warm piece of music. I can also spot a Debussy piece and a Liszt piece, each a movement from a collection of preludes. Again lovely music. The other pieces I'm not helped to identify by Amazon's track listing, they've just taken the movement name, Allegro doesn't really narrow it down.
Grimaud is a pianist who divides opinion, she's very expressive, critics say that she puts her interpretation above the notes the composer write, fans say that she gives great interpretations. I've seen her live a few times and she is a great musical communicator, I wouldn't worry about the purist position, just enjoy the music.