(Edit: Split from "Disappointing cd" thread) I think that this CD is tremendous! The 3 major works - Lorne Barry's Credo is awesome, Ken Downie has excelled himself once again in Christus Victor, and as for Dean Jones' Glorifico Aeternum, I have played a lot of Dean's Triumph Series and General Series contributions which I have thoroughly enjoyed, but this piece tops them all - I love the 'great is the Lord' part! The soloists - I would love to hear someone like Roger Webster, Phil McCann, Stuart Lingard (Top cornet players in championship section bands) play Joyous Song - its so exciting and so difficult and Kevin Ashman plays it superbly - and to note kevin also plays it live in concerts, whenever I go to concerts featuring championship section bands all the cornet soloists ever seem to play is slow lyrical solos and although they may sound good anyone can play a tune! The other soloists, Deryk Kane a superb player, gives a superb performance of the very difficult euphonium fantaisia. Andrew Justice with his solo which has been mentioned in previous responses. One of my favourite contributions has to be Gary Rose and his rendition of 'We are the reason' He has an awesome voice and the band accompaniment is so sensitive - rob foster a star in the flugel obligatto! This is a tremendous release from probably one of the hardest working band's on the planet! Well done Steve!