After you have listened to the 8 glorious CD's of music here, there is a wonderful almost one-hour documentary on Cantelli - which really puts a face on this uncompromising master. You will (I hope) have been transfixed by the sublime performances before, then the documentary means that you can better understand the man and his vision on subsequent listens. I am a general listener - about 50% of my listening is Classical, 50% other types of music. I like to seek out amongst the best in any genre, and for me Guido Cantelli is a revelation. Having recently been awestruck by Carlos Kleiber's recordings of Beethoven's 5th and 7th symphonies, I thought that I may be disappointed hearing other versions, but I wasn't. The only disappointment was that he never re-recorded the 1st movement of the 5th (missing here), before he died tragically young in a plane crash, extraneous noise from building work meant that it ruined the original recording. There is so much to recommend here - Cantelli's very fine ear for detail means that every phrase, every note of every piece is considered meticulously. These are 8 CD's of masterful, definitive performances and 1 CD of fascinating insight.