Recommended. The so-called Dollar Symphony (no.6) is a tuneful piece, but perhaps the Fourth Symphony ('Sinfonia Piccola') is even more attractive. Both are here given lively, committed performances, and the recording is well up to Chandos's usual standard.
Atterberg is not a major figure, but his brand of late Romanticism deserves a hearing, and in such a good version his music stands a better chance of being appreciated. The insert note talks of the ironic aspects of the Dollar Symphony (which Atterberg wrote to win a substantial prize, and was successful), and the experienced Neeme Jarvi brings out the unconventional aspects of the work.
The woodwind playing is particularly fine, and I enjoyed this disc.