This disc appears to be part of an effort by these forces to record all ten symphonies of Swiss composer (and conductor) Fritz Brun. These works were composed more or less during the first half of the 20th Century -- these two in the mid-1930s -- but to a large extent they are extensions of the late 19th. To me, they share a typical fault of late Romantic music: a tendency to aimlessly wander, tempting us with a second shoe that never really drops. The No. 6 starts out quite well, sounding a bit like gentle Carl Nielsen for winds, a semblance it takes up again during the third movement. In between, it's certainly quite amiable if a bit forgettable. The final movement turns somewhat harsh but to my untrained ear it's flurry without a memorable core. The No. 7 has its moments particularly during the conclusion of the final movement, but as a whole it never gels into anything with a purpose. If you enjoy late Romantic music that has a tendency to sprawl while coming close to but never managing to carve out a distinctive identity for itself, this should be a welcome addition to your collection. Certainly, I find it enjoyable while listening; it's just that, afterwards, I feel as if I've not been left with much to remember.