I heartily agree with the contributors who express strong disapproval of the misguided decision by some fruitcake to couple Gal's symphonies with Schumann's. I am very interested in Gal, and have begun to collect his work on CD, starting with Leon McCawley's discs of the piano music. His orchestral works I suspect will be a major discovery affording considerable delight. I want to own these symphonic works. But I do NOT, - that is, NOT - want them attached to Schumann, and will NOT be buying these discs, in protest. The sooner the record label comes to its senses and issues the symphonies separately in a dedicated set, with or without other WORKS BY GAL AND ONLY GAL , the better. Dear glory, why didn't someone think to consult a few seasoned record collectors and try to understand their psychology, before embarking on this misbegotten enterprise???