I have just opened and imported this disc, which I am forecasting to be a real gem from "the piles".
The Czech composer Petr Eben is best known for his great organ music, and that indeed is what I am the most familiar with; the discs on Hyperion are outstanding, as are the Supraphon recordings, which also include songs and choral music. There are a few hard-to-get discs out there with Eben's orchestral music (a compilation featuring his Piano Concerto, another with the Organ Concerto No. 2, and I recently found out there has been a re-release of the massive Organ Concerto No.1 subtitled "Symphonia Gregoriana", a concerto that lasts almost 1 hour) and I cannot wait to get my hands and ears on these recordings at some point. At this time I don't have any of his Orchestral works, somehow I just missed buying them when they came out.
I'm quite excited to hear his chamber works; I have only heard his Piano Trio in the past which I am quite fond of. I've included the booklet notes which appear to be very informative, I have not read them yet. There's even an interview with the composer, a nice touch.
Let us enjoy!