Heifetz is a young Odessa-born pianist now living in the US, and this is her debut recording. She offers earnest, well-schooled performances that may attract those who prefer a clear, ungimmicked treatment of Liszt's piano music. To me, Heifetz's playing is deficient in lyrical rapture where needed (especially the Consolations, handled in a rather brisk, businesslike manner with pale melodic tone). She is also somewhat deficient in diabolical bravura for the Mephisto (compare Cziffra, Kapell, Nojima, Horowitz, Ashkenazy, or Rubinstein). Nor do the two Hungarian Rhapsodies have the necessary extroverted gypsy freedom and abandon. I have the distinct impression that Ms Heifetz may be more temperamentally attuned to other areas of the piano literature. She has been given a very clean, natural recorded perspective.