Following his success with Stanchinsky,, Peter Jablonski now turns to Polish composer Grażyna Bacewicz (1909-69) with equal reward. Her music has its Bartókian slants, whether in the (also whimsical) Concert Krakowiak (1949) or through the variety of the Ten Concert Etudes (1956-57), which also suggest Prokofiev, music that delights and impresses, and scintillates in its marriage of engaging musical invention and technical hurdles (written by a composer who was also a fine pianist), the latter of which Jablonski has the complete measure of. He plays with obvious pleasure throughout this excellently recorded recital, not least the two Piano Sonatas (1949 & 1953), strong pieces, Bacewicz taking the title seriously with music of grand gestures and depth of expression, as well as vivacity, and homeward-bound final movements. Ondine ODE 1399-2 is recommended enthusiastically.