"In Symphony No. 71, Drahos is very adept at underscoring the Hungarian rhythms and effects. Particularly good is the trio section of the Menuet, with its two solo violins (they play with no vibrato, producing just the right rustic, gypsy feel) heard above guitar-like pizzicato strummings of the accompaniment. The later Symphony No. 73 in D "La Chasse" is better known, and the present account is in every regard a fine recommendation. The athletic high-lying horn parts are rock-solid throughout, the winds are superb, and the strings (especially violins in the songful Andante) play with impressive uniformity of tone and ensemble."