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Anna Gourari plays them with plenty of bite as well as pianistic flair… a spacious, poetic account of Chopin’s Third Piano Sonata

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I can’t imagine why Prokofiev’s 20 tart, strangely quirky piano miniatures “Visions Fugitives” so seldom turn up in performance, even individually, let alone as a complete set. Prokofiev described the pieces, completed in 1917, many of them portraits of friends, as “doggies” because of their musical bite. The Russian pianist Anna Gourari plays them with plenty of bite as well as pianistic flair on this new recording, which includes a Nikolai Medtner miniature, “Fairy Tale,” and a spacious, poetic account of Chopin’s Third Piano Sonata.

Anthony Tommasini, New York Times, March 2015