I'm surprised to find no-one else has reviewed this fine disk from BIS. The main work for many people will I guess be the 3rd Symphony, which receives a very fine performance from Chung & the excellent Gothenburg orchestra that displays fine tempo selection, without any undue exaggeration. The singing in the piece is excellently done, helped by a well-judged recording balance between singers and orchestra. As good a performance as I've heard on CD of this highly enjoyable and very approachable work. The fillers are by no means insubstantial. The overture to Maskarade is well played and fizzes with life. The Clarinet Concerto, as played by Ole Schill from the Gothenburg orchestra, emerges as another of Nielsen's masterpieces, with the soloist sensitive to the volatile nature of the solo part. Thoroughly recommended, with enthusiasm. As so often with disks from BIS, the recording is highly natural but also in what used to be called "the demonstration bracket".