I just love Youra Guller's playing and completely agree with the American reviewers who have paid tribute to her below. They have said in a few words the essence of what you feel on listening to this record; there is something luminous in the playing, a matchless beauty of tone, a sense of wisdom distilled ... you really do feel the excitement of making a discovery. The Bach arrangements are unmatched by any other pianist, and everything which follows bears this out. There are a few wrong notes, particularly in the Chopin, but these are like minor blemishes on a great painting; they don't really matter. Her other recordings, released by the French label Tahra, are equally remarkable. And there is a version of Beethoven's last two sonatas which is unsurpassed, now put out by Warner at budget price. She has a kind of spaciousness that reminds me of Arrau, and the same depth, as if she were building a cathedral of sound.