A unique recording of all Chopin's etudes performed by a prominent
established his own amazingly clean style in performing Chopin.
He is a true aristocrat of piano.
He can certainly
play fast but many of his tempos, by choce, are on the stately side.
This permits him to contour the phrases,bring out inner voices,
probe the implications of theharmony, and explore the significance
of the "accompaniment" figures.
Richard Dyer, The Boston Globe.
This is the first
recording of Chopin I knew that does not simply follows the tracks
of previous recordings, but is based on impressively deep and original
research into the meaning of the music itself.