Notes & Reviews:
To prove how her tiny hands could make colossal sounds without banging, listen to her pull out the Bach/Busoni Chaconne's virtuoso stops and still manage to draw attention to the music rather than to the pianist..Larrocha's Bach utilizes the piano's full dynamic and expressive gamut. ... crisp, infinitely varied articulation and tonal warmth.
Gramophone Magazine, October 1972
The resilience of Alicia de Larrocha's playing [in the Italian Concerto] is most attractive, and her instrument's sustaining capacity is an asset in the vocally inflected melody of the Andante, where she attains considerable intimacy of expression. [... ] The recording quality is up to Decca's usual high standard.