Notes & Reviews:
BBC Music Magazine, February 2015
Larrocha's dew-fresh pianism hasn't dated one jot, but the Vienna Symphony sounds decidedly matronly. They perk up in a witty Allegro assai in No. 19, while the Andante (No. 22) is celestial.
For the Schubert A major Sonata she finds just the right simplicity and tender lyrical glow ... the A flat Impromptu ... is perhaps most memorable for a beautifully nostalgic central trio. Her essentially ripe, full-bodied tone is faithfully reproduced.