Yes, yes, I know she has great technique. But technique only serves to emphasize musicianship in a player, a quality that she is shockingly without in the Paganini concerto. This is a wonderful piece, it's like the Italian version to Arthur Sullivan's scores for the G&S operette, it's rollicking good fun. It's a humorous, passionate piece that can't be taken completely seriously. But Sarah Chang misses that point. She doesn't understand what this piece is about the way that Pearlman does. But she plays it like Mozart! It's all wrong! Absolutely wrong! I just listen to this thing and think about how stunning wrong it is! The bowing is much too light and serious; she needs to get into the string and bring out the passion, but more importantly, the great *wit* of the composition! Sarah Chang has no idea how cute and fun this concerto is!