There are many fine performances on disc of the Dvorak concerto and a few of the Schumann concerto, but Jamie Walton's new recordings of both on the one disc must rank among the very best. He treats the Schumann almost like a chamber work giving it a lightness and intimacy that bring out the best of this romantic work. His treatment of the Dvorak is more muscular, as befits an instrument that has to match itself against a full orchestral brass section. But great moments of tenderness are also achieved, most sympathetically underpinned by the Philharmonia Orchestra under the ever impressive maestro, Vladimir Ashkenazy. A "must" for any self-respecting classical music collection.