As ever, she is superb. Blinding virtuosity where needed, combined with great musicianship (as in the Ballade no. 2, where I am at times surprised that the piano does not collapse), sheer terror in the Erlkonig transcription - raw power and great beauty miraculously combined. I can think of few whose Liszt compares with hers - perhaps only Richter is her equal overall. I wish she'd played the sonata instead of some of the more minor pieces, but one shouldn't pick nits. More please - her Chopin Etudes must be quite something.