Decca LXT 5054-56: The third in the complete series of the Belgrade National Opera’s recordings for Decca. ‘The chorus is splendid […] Baranović is splendidly vigorous.’ Opera, October 1958
Philips 6500 362: Edo de Waart’s Russian journey on Philips, with the first release on CD of Rachmaninov’s Symphonic Dances, and the first ever recording of the Caprice Bohémien.
Decca LXT 2675: ‘Van Beinum keeps his No.1 suitably impressive without being portentous’ Gramophone, June 1952 (Symphony No.1)
Decca SXL 2311: ‘Ansermet’s massed strings evoke an effect of controlled yet almost frightening power.’ High Fidelity, May 1959 (Frank Martin: Etudes)
Decca LXT 2825: ‘Curzon/Van Beinum score their points by verve and dexterity [...] a sharper narrative [than Backhaus/Böhm] [...] brighter and more detailed in Amsterdam.’ High Fidelity, December 1954 (Brahms: Piano Concerto No.1)