Liszt, Hungarian Rhapsodies,

[...] “Now there is Vincenzo Maltempo, in the possession of a phenomenal technique which he puts completely in service of the many facets of these works, which he plays with great interpretative insight and precision. He shows an instinctive sensibility for melodic colouring and spicy details. His almost improvisatory playing, with the right mixture of melancholy and sweep, at the least equals Cziffra, of not surpassing him.”