I've been listening to Zemlinsky for about two years now. Anyone in the market for a 'new' 'great' composer need not hesitate. I've only just bought this disk, but it's already clear that it affords abundant pleasure. Part of the fun, no doubt, is 'spotting the influences', of which there are many, but there's distinctiveness too and bags of Viennese charm. The symphonies here seem very well played and 'shaped', and the acoustic is warmer than Hyperion sometimes produces. The notes are very informative. Highly recommended.