Vadym Makarenko allie la puissance sonore à une expression aussie généreuse qu’éruptive. […] Makarenko joue avec sa proie, la renifle, la flatte en un rubato caressant, puis bondit, ronronne le temps d’un Largo, avant le swing de l’Allegro final, danse furieuse où l’orchestre vibre et se cambre.”
“[…] this SACD in pure DSD is an absolute success. An artistic success first, with an original program defended by remarkable musicians, an audio one next with a sound recording that is fully dedicated to respecting instrumental tones. […] The cellist Lorenzo Meseguer and the pianist Mario Mora illuminate these works with a fitting musical … This SACD in pure DSD is an absolute success.
“It is a long and widely outdated thought that non-Russian musicians would feel less at home in Russian music […]. The Trío Arriaga […] convincingly rejects such an idea, because if anything can be interpreted as ‘Russian (or Slavic)’, then that is clearly manifest in these two performances. […] The warmth and transparency created by … The warmth and transparency created by Gonzalo Noqué […] is more than excellent.