Folks, it rarely gets better than this for audio CDs (eat your heart out, MP3!): five stars (out of five) for orchestral arrangement and performance; five for music excerpt/cue selection and proper sequencing; five for sound quality; and five for the documentation in the CD booklet (back to this in a moment). "Korngold: Devotion" is the latest in a series of Erich Wolfgang Korngold (EWK) film symphonies recorded by Mr. Stromberg. It is by far Mr. Stromberg's best to date (and they've all been pretty outstanding). The booklet that comes with this CD is huge (it can barely fit into the CD case!), and is mostly provided courtesy of Mr. Brendan Carroll. Mr. Carroll is, of course, the author of the recent, definitive biography of EWK. He is not just an authority on the composer; he flat out knows more about the man than any life form in the Galaxy. To say the booklet is crammed with meticulous and delicious facts about EWK, his score, and the film (much of which is not widely known or newly revealed here) is a bit of an understatement. A closing note of caution. Prior recordings of EWK film symphonies by Mr. Stromberg have gone out of print in near Internet speed (which I've learned the hard way). If you're thinking about buying this CD, I sure wouldn't dally!