I do not wish to detract at all from the delights of this disc, its presentation or packaging, all of which I consider exemplary. The playing is just so much in tune with Cage's ethic. Congratulations and thanks to all concerned. Just one little point: the disc is flagged up by my DVD Audio deck as being made to the DVD Video standard, albeit 96/24 two channel PCM. No surround layer is claimed for the disc and I for one do not miss it, but it does seem that someone involved in the production has got their DVD standards confused a bit. On a DVD Audio standard disc, for instance, you can fast forward or reverse through a track. On this DVD Video standard disc (audio and still graphic only) on many players you can't, though who would want to?
Never mind what might be seen as a pedantic point on DVD standard nomenclature. This is a wonderful disc and I would urge all interested in Cage's muse to get hold of it.
Thank you Glenn Freeman (who sent it via Amazon Marketplace) and friends.