So young yet such a master! Kissin's manner at the keyboard is mesmerising. Note his amazing attack at the start of the Brahms, for example. All the pieces show astonishing technical mastery, of course, but also great depth and range of emotion. Take the opening number of Liszt's arrangements of Schubert songs, Auf dem Wasser zu singen, full of passion and brio contrasted with the second number, Der Muller und der Bach, expressing a more yearning and pensive feeling. For me, though, the highlight was Wilhelm Kempff's arrangemnet of the Siciliana from a Bach flute sonata(BWV 1031). This piece has an overwhelming sublimity to it which the 19-year-old (!) Kissin brings out wonderfully. Buy! buy!