The real gem here, and alone worth buying this box for, is the Stevenson Passacaglia, which EMI have FINALLY put on CD ( thirty years overdue, in my opinion ) Ogdon's performance of it far surpasses Raymnond Clarke's or Murray McLachlan's. Shame it's split over two discs. But I think it is a pity that Emi didn't make this a COMPLETE Ogdon...the George Lloyd sonata and a few others are missing from the "Pianistic Philosophies" set, as well as the Scriabin. I mean if you like Ogdon enough to buy 17 discs of his playing, surely you'd fork out for say 25 discs. Note to Decca - please gives us something similar for Ogdon's co-Tchaikovsky-winner, Ashkenazy, in 2013, his fiftieth anniversary with Decca...a box set of all Vladimir's piano recordings from 1963 to say 1975 would be an absolute gem.