Stop the voting. This is 2012's Record of the Year. At a stroke, with one 30-minute masterpiece, Richard Harvey has put himself up there with Purcell, Elgar and Lennon/McCartney in the short list of English composers whose music touches everyone.
These tunes will be everywhere this summer - played to death on Classic FM, sampled by rappers, nicked for TV commercials and surely providing, in the great English Theme towards the end of the concerto, a new anthem for the Olympics coverage.
Michala Petri, the Clapton of the recorder, plays with dazzling speed and fire, while the cocky, rhythmic orchestra is more like a 28-piece band. The other two concertos are great, in their way, but they don't transform your view of the instrument like Harvey's astonishing achievement. I'm off to buy shares in recorder makers, as this will give a million kids new ideas about what to aim for. Six stars out of five. Do yourself a favour and buy it now - you won't be disappointed.