Naxos can always be counted on to deliver both standard and nonstandard repertoire in high quality fashion and at affordable prices. I'm happy they keep doing this, despite the fact that classical music CDs are seldom purchased these days. That said, this Respighi disc is a very enjoyable listen. The Mixolydian Mode Concerto has the usual quotient of Respighian sizzle - it is rarely heard or performed, which is a shame. Konstantin Scherbakov plays it superbly, the tonal and atonal fires burning brightly throughout, from the rather unsettled opening that suddenly transforms into a sizzling cadenza, traversing through the eloquently winding development to the robust final movement with its trademark cliffhanger ending. The Concerto a Cinque evokes Ernest Bloch's Concerto Grossos, which I have never been crazy about but found interesting music.