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Die Welt

[…] On his Debut-CD Ingolf Wunder really pulls his weight in the third Sonata, celebrates the Polonaise-Fantasie more melodious and tragic than usually nowadays. The artistic will of the avowing “Chopinist” draws the longest bows effortlessly, that one calmly confides in his narration. His peal of thunder doesn’t have only elemental force, but at the same time weather prognostic double meaning. It is structural. There hasn’t been such a talent in decades in German-speaking countries. […]

Kai Luehrs-Kaiser, 25.07.2011

Die Welt

[…] On his Debut-CD Ingolf Wunder really pulls his weight in the third Sonata, celebrates the Polonaise-Fantasie more melodious and tragic than usually nowadays. The artistic will of the avowing “Chopinist” draws the longest bows effortlessly, that one calmly confides in his narration. His peal of thunder doesn’t have only elemental force, but at the same time weather prognostic double meaning. It is structural. There hasn’t been such a talent in decades in German-speaking countries. […]

Kai Luehrs-Kaiser, 25.07.2011