This is truly one amazing CD which captures finally at last, both the sensitive as well as dramatic sides of Ms. Grimaud's performances, which I have been blessed to hear before both live and on CD. Indeed, here she makes a very compelling case that she can play with much conviction, not only such Classical works as Beethoven's "Tempest" piano sonata (one of the most exciting, brilliant recordings of recent vintage) and the Choral Fantasy (which is a sterling example of her lyrical, dramatic playing) but also the Corigliano work and Part's Credo (which is a fascinating example of her subtle playing alongside an orchestra and chorus). Salonen may be her best orchestral collaborator to date, conducting the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra and chorus in two exemplary performances of Beethoven's Choral Fantasy and Part's Credo (The impassioned singing of the chorus, along with Grimaud's superb, subtle playing may be the highlight of this CD; this is one work which I intend to listen again and again.). Deutsche Grammophon's sound engineers have done a brilliant job not only in recording the orchestra and chorus, but perhaps more importantly, in capturing the dynamic range of Ms. Grimaud's performances. If anyone still has doubts regarding Ms. Grimaud's splendid musicianship, this excellent CD - especially here in its Hybrid SACD format - should finally put these to an end. For me it is truly a tantalizing glimpse as to what a Beethoven piano sonata and/or concerto cycle might be like from Ms. Grimaud and Deutsche Grammophon; either would be replete with thoughtful, impassioned performances akin to the best from the likes of Kempff and Arrau, to name but a few.