The laughing, watery Ondine was beautifully colored while Le Gibet
showed an acute rhythmic control that made the left hand bell-notes all the more stark and creepy.
The swinging corpse and tolling bell in Le gibet
almost palpable and in the fiendish - and fiendishly difficult - Scarbo, conjured up a suitably sinister goblin.
Each of its multitude of notes was treated as important, with Ondine beautifully liquid, Le Gibet
desolate, and Scarbo spine-tingling in its variety and o coherence.