Two mysterious symphonies by Turkish composer Ahmed Adnan Saygun (1907-1991) excellently performed. I use the word *mysterious* because there is something intangible about them, something ungraspable. At times we taste flavours of 1001 Arabian nights but then - no - this music isn't as obvious as that. These are deep symphonies that roam in-between. They belong to neither night nor day. It is music of dusk, of the twilight: crepuscular soundscapes, fascinating and full of potential dreams. Two enigmatic works of subtle tension.