. . . the Rachmaninov Third and the Tchaikovsky Concerto, with the London Symphony Orchestra, still sound wonderfully fresh . . . [even better is the moody, impassioned account of the Rachmaninov Second] with the Moscow Philharmonic under Kirill Kondrashin . . . For me it's the best ever . . . [this set] provides a wonderful opportunity to hear a great pianist mature and develop . . . in this excellent box can be found arguably the finest Prokofiev cycle (with Previn) and an exceptional Bartók cycle (with Georg Solti) . . . a remarkable tribute . . . Unmissable.