This fine Martinů disc was a wise purchase by my father. The "Rhapsody-Concerto" for Viola and Orchestra is his favorite work by one of his favorite (like father like son) Czech composers. It's a late work that practically marks the beginning of his final major stylistical development towards Neo-Romanticism. It's a beautiful work and in the Hands of Jiri Belohlávek with the BBC Symphony Orchestra it receives a knock-out performance. The three other works are duos for viola & violin and viola & piano, respectively. Now I want to go back and listen to my other recordings of these three delights for comparison's sake, however I'm pretty sure that these are the finest performances of all three pieces! Without any doubt if you are a Martinů fan you are in for one hell of a treat! The sound is as outstanding (what one expects from BIS) as the playing from all artists involved. I believe I have posted all four of these works before, so no further comments are really needed..