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'Soulless' is how some music critics described music played by Lang Lang.
Sometimes big competition winners come off as well drilled and machine-like, without the courage to speak personally or perhaps lacking anything personal to say.
The four Scherzi are technically quite demanding but Yundi Li had everything well under his control.
Li captures all the nuances of Chopin. I highly recommend this cd both to lovers of Chopin and to those just becoming acquainted with his music.Published 7 months ago by Mary M. Culver
This music was given as a gift to a student graduating from High School. He will be guided by the good copy of this music.Published 19 months ago by Sara Johnson
When listening to these fabulous digital recordings DG provides, a crystal clear, grain free piano sound which emerges rich and resonant, without echoes and unwanted "ringing". Read morePublished 20 months ago by RLB
I strongly disagree with Dan Davis' professional review printed above. I have been listening to many recordings of Chopin's Scherzi and Yundi Li's offering is among the finest I... Read morePublished on September 3, 2008 by Robert L. Berkowitz
Yundi - then Yundi Li - was 22 when he made his Chopin CD, four years after becoming the youngest winner of the prestigious International Chopin competition in Warsaw. Read morePublished on October 9, 2007 by Santa Fe Listener
When I read all comments, I have a bad feeling about the future of classical music. All these comparisons of Yundi Li's recordings with old masters like Rubinstein, Pollini,... Read morePublished on May 29, 2006 by Frederick Chopin
Young Chinese pianist Yundi Li demonstrates yet again that he is a rapidly maturing artist of great depth and sensibility in this fine recording of Chopin's Scherzi and Impromptus. Read morePublished on April 3, 2006 by John Kwok
Fully agree with many music critics that Scherzi/Impromtus played by Yundi Li is full of original interpretations and passion which Lang Lang is always lacking of. Read morePublished on June 25, 2005 by Kee
Without question Yundi Li is a pianist with the gift. At this stage in his career he is refining his technique and offers Chopin (in this recording) with technical virtuosity and... Read morePublished on June 24, 2005 by Grady Harp