Certainly a nice piece, and very well played. I could imagine just a little more freedom, rubato, and dynamics, but there really isn't anything to nag about otherwise, it's confidently and convincingly played. There's probably some hiss but it doesn't bother me, I don't think it is more than in some other recordings. Of course when over 50-55 our hearing of high frequencies deteriorates, explaining why David and me don't hear it, whereas Monica is extremely
sensitive to hiss. I don't think the average listener will be. What bothered me more is the obnoxiously creaking bench in the first pause. That should have been cut out. Either that or you sit still
The tags are almost ok, except for missing composer name 'Chernov' and a misspelled pianosociety URL (and extra 'r').
Is this composer related to Konstantin Chernov who transcribed Moussorksgsky's Night on the Bald Mountain ?