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On 180gm vinyl, a new LP mastering for Zlata Chochieva's definitive modern recording of a landmark in the Romantic virtuoso repertoire. In March 2013, Bryce Morrison in Gramophone welcomed Zlata Chochieva's debut on Brilliant Classics, playing Rachmaninoff (PCL0047) noting that she is 'the possessor of a comprehensive technique who brings an inner glow to every bar. Her phrasing is indelibly Russian in it's fullness and warmth, backed by a dauntless and easy command.' Her recordings have continued to attract such praise, with this recording of the Chopin Etudes winning an Editor's Choice award in 2015. It was claimed that one renowned pianist regarded Chochieva's interpretation as 'the greatest I've ever heard' - backed up by Jeremy Nicholas writing in Gramophone that 'in each of the 27 studies Chochieva comes as close to anyone to how I hear the ideal performance in my head, or as I would wish to play them had I the ability to do so... Taken as read are a superlative technique and an ideal recorded sound... One of the most consistently inspired, masterfully executed and beautiful sounding versions I can recall.' On LP, Chochieva's version deserves to take it's place alongside classic traversals such as Pollini on DG. As with all Piano Classics LPs, the vinyl version has been mastered at the Optimal factory, renowned for it's audiophile standards. The LP is packaged as a gatefold with an extensive essay on the Etudes and a full biography for Chochieva, which concludes with this endorsement from Stephen Kovacevich: 'Zlata Chochieva is one of the most interesting and unusual pianists today. She has superb technical abilities, but it is her personal intuition in the music she play s that is special. I would be interested to hear anything she does and that is rare.'
On 180gm vinyl, a new LP mastering for Zlata Chochieva's definitive modern recording of a landmark in the Romantic virtuoso repertoire. In March 2013, Bryce Morrison in Gramophone welcomed Zlata Chochieva's debut on Brilliant Classics, playing Rachmaninoff (PCL0047) noting that she is 'the possessor of a comprehensive technique who brings an inner glow to every bar. Her phrasing is indelibly Russian in it's fullness and warmth, backed by a dauntless and easy command.' Her recordings have continued to attract such praise, with this recording of the Chopin Etudes winning an Editor's Choice award in 2015. It was claimed that one renowned pianist regarded Chochieva's interpretation as 'the greatest I've ever heard' - backed up by Jeremy Nicholas writing in Gramophone that 'in each of the 27 studies Chochieva comes as close to anyone to how I hear the ideal performance in my head, or as I would wish to play them had I the ability to do so... Taken as read are a superlative technique and an ideal recorded sound... One of the most consistently inspired, masterfully executed and beautiful sounding versions I can recall.' On LP, Chochieva's version deserves to take it's place alongside classic traversals such as Pollini on DG. As with all Piano Classics LPs, the vinyl version has been mastered at the Optimal factory, renowned for it's audiophile standards. The LP is packaged as a gatefold with an extensive essay on the Etudes and a full biography for Chochieva, which concludes with this endorsement from Stephen Kovacevich: 'Zlata Chochieva is one of the most interesting and unusual pianists today. She has superb technical abilities, but it is her personal intuition in the music she play s that is special. I would be interested to hear anything she does and that is rare.'
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Artist: Chopin / Chochieva
Format: Vinyl
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On 180gm vinyl, a new LP mastering for Zlata Chochieva's definitive modern recording of a landmark in the Romantic virtuoso repertoire. In March 2013, Bryce Morrison in Gramophone welcomed Zlata Chochieva's debut on Brilliant Classics, playing Rachmaninoff (PCL0047) noting that she is 'the possessor of a comprehensive technique who brings an inner glow to every bar. Her phrasing is indelibly Russian in it's fullness and warmth, backed by a dauntless and easy command.' Her recordings have continued to attract such praise, with this recording of the Chopin Etudes winning an Editor's Choice award in 2015. It was claimed that one renowned pianist regarded Chochieva's interpretation as 'the greatest I've ever heard' - backed up by Jeremy Nicholas writing in Gramophone that 'in each of the 27 studies Chochieva comes as close to anyone to how I hear the ideal performance in my head, or as I would wish to play them had I the ability to do so... Taken as read are a superlative technique and an ideal recorded sound... One of the most consistently inspired, masterfully executed and beautiful sounding versions I can recall.' On LP, Chochieva's version deserves to take it's place alongside classic traversals such as Pollini on DG. As with all Piano Classics LPs, the vinyl version has been mastered at the Optimal factory, renowned for it's audiophile standards. The LP is packaged as a gatefold with an extensive essay on the Etudes and a full biography for Chochieva, which concludes with this endorsement from Stephen Kovacevich: 'Zlata Chochieva is one of the most interesting and unusual pianists today. She has superb technical abilities, but it is her personal intuition in the music she play s that is special. I would be interested to hear anything she does and that is rare.'
        
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