My acquaintance with this recording began with my parent's 78s. On more mature reflection, I would suggest that the Second Concerto offered here may well be the greatest recording ever made of a piano concerto. Rachmaninov and Stokowski work together as if of one mind, passing the lead back and forth with no break in the flow of the music. Ormandy in the Third Concerto is not quite on Stokowski's level, but close enough. The Dutton remaster is the finest available by a wide margin. It's hard to believe how old the original recordings were. If you love Rachmaninov, you must have this disc!