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<![CDATA[ BEETHOVEN - Complete Piano Concertos]]> https://ccd.pl/beethoven-complete-piano-concertos-p433/ <img src='https://ccd.pl/covery/UCCG1858.jpg' width='200' align='left' hspace='4' vspace='2'> <strong></strong> <hr> <![CDATA[ LISZT - Piano Concerto No. 1 in E minor / Piano Concerto No. 1 in E flat major]]> https://ccd.pl/liszt-piano-concerto-no-1-in-e-minor-piano-concerto-no-1-in-e-flat-major-p1299/ <img src='https://ccd.pl/covery/UCCG50063.jpg' width='200' align='left' hspace='4' vspace='2'> <strong></strong> <hr> Record Review / JAY NORDLINGER, The New York Sun / 16. February 2007 This disc of Liszt and Chopin's and first piano concertos gives ample proof that virtuosity needn't be empty-headed or lit by candelabras . . . you can tell he has something beyound the dazzle of any new star . . . Yundi Li already know when to be subtle even when loud (crucial in Liszt) . . . Yundi Li is never reckless, there is always an artist in firm control, sculpting both tone and phrasing . . . powerful performances from a pianist who is sooooo handsome, and much more. Record Review / Geoff Brown, The Times (London) / 16. February 2007 Technically dexterous, his performance is a tough interpretation, reminding us Chopin was no drip. Record Review / Tim Ashley, The Guardian (London) / 23. February 2007 . . . a poet of the keyboard . . . the more introspective passages of both the Liszt and Chopin concertos are deliciously caressed and scented with just enough perfume . . . These thrice-familiar pieces come up sounding fresh as can be, with wonderfully responsive collaboration from Sir Andrew Davis and the Philharmonia. Record Review / SCOTT CANTRELL, Dallas Morning News / 25. February 2007 Yundi Li delivers utterly persuasive accounts of the Liszt and Chopin first piano concertos. The Chopin in particular finds Li in superlative form, allying power and command to a deep, underpinning lyricism, while, in the Liszt, he shows he can light the fireworks as well as anybody. Twenty-three-year-old Yundi Li, here making his concerto debut on disc, is a member of a new generation of superb, prize-winning keyboard autocrats . . . Blessed with impeccable credentials with a seemingly infallible mechanism, Li's style reminded me of Pollini (winner of the Chopin prize in 1960) whose performances prompted Rubinstein to exclaim, "Technically, he plays better than all of us". I remembered this hint of a proviso when listening to Li's no less intimidating mastery and performances where every note is honed to a glittering, diamond-like perfection. Try the opening of the Liszt or the final pages of the Chopin for the ultimate in streamlined brilliance and shot-from-guns bravura . . . his sheer command carries the day at virtually every point. You will search far and wide to hear a more swashbuckling yet precisely controlled Liszt . . . he has been sumptuously partnered and recorded. Record Review / Bryce Morrison, Gramophone (London) / 01. March 2007 This is an enjoyable disc of two popular concertos. The performances are not just technically dazzling -- the Liszt is a riot of virtuoso playing -- but also demonstrate Yundi Li's poetic side as well . . . It's the Chopin to which I'll return with the most pleasure, I think . . . the Liszt is formidable . . . , the virtuosity effortless . . . in Chopin's E minor Concerto . . . the slow movement is especially lovely. In bot...]]>