I just received my copy of this CD, having procrastinated on acquiring it for a few weeks. The first nine tracks are with Buizingen with the last track, Nigel Clarke's "The Scarlet Flower" being made with the Longbow String Orchestra. The production is excellent, although my older eyes found the white on black text a bit of a challenge and also, tracks 5 & 6 are reversed on the CD. That said, in my opinion this is a great addition to my CD collection. There's a lot that is new and an all too rare account of Leslie Condon's "Swiss Rhapsody", originally written for a tour of Switzerland by the ISB for their flugel horn soloist at the time, Brian Bowen. I am not aware of any other recording of this piece, although I do have a private recording of Robert Foster performing it live with Hamilton Temple Band at a concert in Niagara on the Lake (a trip that I helped arrange, so a good memory has been revived). "Children of Sanchez" has become very popular in its brass band iteration and I would expect the same will occur with "Land of Make Believe" arranged by Luc Vertommen. Philip Wilby's "Flight" is also given what I believe to be only a second recording. I would be more than interested in reading other opinions of this recording and if, like me, you have procrastinated on obtaining it, procrastinate no longer, it's well worth getting.