Anatole Fistoulari’s 1952 recording of Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake: “[the LSO] have been recorded with rare skill – sound that is resonant, clear and luminous” (High Fidelity)

Haydn’s Symphonies Nos. 44 & 49 with Barenboim and the ECO. “The sound is warm and deeply lustrous; the string vibrato is beautifully controlled” (High Fidelity, October 1977)

Haydn’s Symphonies Nos. 45 & 48 with Barenboim and the ECO. “Performance: Magnificent; Recording: Excellent” (Stereo Review, March 1980)

Nikolai Orloff’s complete Decca recordings: “Beautifully played and recorded with all fit gentleness … The player’s feathery lightness in the [Chopin] studies, and his ease of rhythm […] please me keenly” (Gramophone, April 1948)

Tchaikovsky’s The Queen of Spades from Belgrade: “The recording is excellent, with depth and ample sonority” (Gramophone, June 1956)