No matter what Mr Moravec plays, he is simply astonishing - but the 4th concerto is simply to die for. From the famously impossible and elusive first chord, the balancing and color is exquisite. he continues with the often-dryly-played opening using various degrees of the tre corde, masterfully blending the colors and preparing for the orchestra's awesome "common-tone" modulation. needless to say, his second movement is unparelled; he collaborates WITH the orchestra in order to convey the ageless saga of "The Man (solo piano) vs. the World (orch.)". The third movement is a triumphant jubilation, but he manages to play it with elegance (unlike many of the other comercially recorded artists, who exaggerate the Forte markings and running notes passages to the point where it begins to get vulgar.) although this piece requires a highly sophisticated degree of digital agility, he never exploits these opportunities, and is faithful to the effects the composer is trying to convey through his markings; he truly a "virtuoso" in the original sense.