I notice that this set hasn't been reviewed by anyone else. That's too bad, but understandable--who is Charles Koechlin? All I know is he should be much better known. This set offers up nearly two hours of sustained beauty on a par with the works of Debussy, Duparc, Faure, and Ravel. Why take my word for it--check out some of the reviews online (a good handful are collected at the Koechlin family website, koechlin.net). Opinions from France, Belgium, Germany, Britain, and the U.S. are unanimous, and everyone asks the same question: where has this music been for the last 100 years? If you troll through lists of new releases wondering whether there are musical masterpieces out there of which you've never heard, and if you adore the music of the composers named above, this set is for you.