The Fourth Symphony is among Tcherepnin’s finest works. The Suite, Op. 67, is less individual and in places recalls the Stravinsky of Petrushka and Le Chant du rossignol. Like the much earlier Russian Dances, it is uneven in quality but far from unattractive. The Romantic Overture was composed in wartime Paris. Generally good performances, decently recorded too under the young Chinese conductor Wing-Sie Yip, who draws a lively response from her players.