Hanspeter Gmür and the Failoni Orchestra give warm and graceful accounts of Op. 18…slow movements are phrased very musically (particularly the lovely, almost Handelian melody of Op. 18/2, which also has a fine oboe solo from Laszló Párkányi)…
"...a very civilized way of spending an hour or so."
"there isn't a better version of the complete set in the catalogue"
"This is the set of Opus 18 we've been waiting for...This is natural music-making from people who seem to live this kind of music"