One of my desert-island-Martinů-discs, this Chandos disc from 1990 is pure joy. The Sinfoniettas are sunny, lyrical, and neoclassical in temperament. The Sinfonietta Giocosa is one of my favorite works. It's pretty remarkable too that that the Sinfonietta Giocosa ("Jolly" or "Playful" Little Symphony) was composed largely on trains while he and his wife were fleeing the Nazi occupation of France. It really is jolly, though, and is guaranteed to make the listener's ears and mind excessively happy; it does that for me anyhow!! The Sinfonietta La Jolla is also a charming work, again in Martinu's oft neoclassical style. Toccata e Due Canzoni is opulently melodic and beautiful as well. The first movement is one of the best examples of "perpetual motion" that you're ever likely to hear. Enjoy!