Samuel Wesley is primarily known today for his choral and church music; very Victorian and romantic in character. As an American who appreciates the likes of Parry, Sandford and Elgar, I was enchanted when a local Boston radio station (WCRB-FM) broadcast the charmingly melodic and harmonic piece identified at conclusion as "Samuel Wesley's Symphony No. 6". The problem was to find a recording. Absolutely no Wesley symphonic music is available on any CD listed in any U.S. catalog. Months later a less interesting, but still pleasant Symphony No. 5 is played and identified by the same radio station. When this listener calls for disc identification, I am told of this specific CD, which also contains the 6th and two other Wesley symphonies. Following up, I learn that no record store or internet provider in U.S. carries the disc but to try U.K. outlets. Hooray, success here! This only available CD by a virtually unknown (at least here in the U.S.) orchestra of virtually unknown symphonies is a winner! Now, all I need to do is to get a copy to me here in the U.S.