For the follow-up to her first volume, Argentinian-born but Canadian resident pianist Alma Petchersky has chosen the big virtuoso work Rudepoema, and the smaller, bite-sized Cirandas. There's majesty in the first piece (and more or less all the right notes - it can be hard to tell), while each of the Cirandas is nicely characterized.
From the ASV website: Vol. 2 (CD DCA 959): ". . . vehemence, clarity and a technical command that compels respect" (Gramophone); "Petchersky puts her considerable virtuosity entirely at the music's service" (Classic CD *****); BBC Music Magazine ****.