Marc Rochester reviews Reed Tetzloff's "Sounds of Transcendence"
"With this debut disc he is throwing down a gauntlet all of his own, and one which sets him apart from the great mass of young pianists who, on paper, seem his equal."
"Who, in their right mind, would present Griffes as the headline act on their debut disc? The music is complex, the idiom elusive, and the range of interpretative possibilities vast. Yet from the very decisive gestures which open the Sonata, it is clear that Tetzloff has thought long and hard about the music, has taken possession of it, and, with the kind of opulent technique we regard as pretty near obligatory in young pianists today, delivers a performance of immense individuality and conviction."