The Spanish-born pianist, Hernan Milla, has had Albeniz as a composer he would champion, and you have the feeling that the music just flows from his fingers, his own musical personality subjugated so as to leave the listener in direct contact with the composer. The sound quality on the seventh of this on-going cycle of Albeniz is superbly recorded.
(…) Milla has a solid command of the many technical demands that Albéniz has imponed . If the movements of Opus 68 are a bit short for nineteenth-century sonatas, Milla brings an expressive urgency to his execution that makes it clear that this is not an assembly of three disjoint movements. On the other hand he has just the right lightness of touch to capture the spirit of each of the twelve Opus 92 pieces. This is definitely a welcome addition to Naxos’ project.
Spanish-born Hernán Milla… is a wonderful pianist. There is nothing routine in his playing and much to admire as he draws all the color and rhythmic subtlety he can from the music.(Read complete review on American Record Guide)