I've spent the last day listening to Khata Buniatishvili's first Sony solo release, of Liszt, including the B minor sonata' and Ingrid Fliter's first EMI all-Beethoven piano sonatas, both available on Spotify.
The Buniatishvili is an extraordinary recording because it is light years away from her several scrambled 'live' performances that I have heard of this work recently. It's an intersting performance, not amongst the greatest imho, but certainly worth hearing. If she can play like this then she should be encouraged. However, if this is a Sony cut'n'paste job they should be ashamed.
Fliter's Beethoven is quite wonderful, the occasional odd tempo aside, but even they are interesting. There are videos on youtube of her playing Beethoven 'live' and they confirm that the commercial recording is honest in outline at least.
Both pianists are described as being proteges of Argerich. Buniatishvili is aged 24 and Fliter is half again as old. The age difference is reflected in the maturity and searching nature of the perfomances here. I do wish Buniatishvili well but it's for Fliter that I am parting with my money
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