Another fabulous achievement is László Lajtha’s Seventh Symphony…These works reveal an unrecognized Hungarian master whose “dynamism and drama”…are an exciting discovery. © 1995 Fanfare Read complete review on Fanfare
Laszlo Lajtha’s Seventh Symphony stands as one of the supremely complete statements by the least-known of the triumvirate of great Hungarian modernists—the first in Marco Polo’s integral undertaking which could very well change the landscape of the twentieth-century symphony and thus deserves all the encouragement it can garner. © 1995 Fanfare Read complete review on Fanfare
"This is an indispensable disc if you are interested in the musical evolution of this master composer."
"The performances are earnest...the recording...very dynamic."
"All readers are strenuously urged to purchase this release and make the acquaintance of one of the still-unsung masters of this century's music."