Janigro recorded the two concerti commercially with I Solisti di Zagreb for RCA. Dunno if DoReMi gives the details, but the Keleman one is a 19th c. arrangement for 'cello and or. of Bach's arrangement for solo clavier of a (violin?) concerto by Johann Ernst von Sachsen-Weimar (but usually billed as "after Vivaldi"). How's that for a tangled pedigree? By the time Keleman gets done with it, it's about as Baroque as Hagen Dazs is Danish, but it's one my favorite "guilty pleasure" pieces, at least as Janigro played if for the RCA recording. Big, beautiful tone, lots of feeling, just a delight. It was issued in mono (and maybe stereo, too--not sure about that) on RCA Victor and in stereo on Victrola LPs. The "Boccherini Concerto" is the familiar Grutzmacher pastiche, cobbled together and rearranged from bits and pieces of several Boccherini cello concerti. Again, in no way, shape, or form authentic, but that's about only thing anybody knew of Boccherini for many years, and a lot of the world's greatest 'cellists played and recorded it. In more recent years, Boccherini's works, particularly the cello concerti, have shown up on record in performances of the music as Boccherini actually wrote it. The review refers to a prior issue of the Bach suites on a French label called Forgotten Records. A word of caution: I don't know that issue, but I bought a couple of others from that source (a Cluytens concert with Novaes in the Schumann pno. cto. and a b'cast recording of Friedrich Wuhrer in the Brahms 1st cto.), and both were transferred badly off pitch. As to DoReMi, I've found it wildly inconsistent in sound quality. I think it's a function that the label is quite happy to issue recordings whose source material is far, far below what anybody else would consider viable. Commendable from the "make historical material available" standpoint, but not always the easiest listening, even for ears as conditioned to non-fi as mine are. That said, I am grateful to the label at the least for making available Cor de Groot's cycle of the Beethoven pno. cti., Philips recordings originally issued in the United States on mono Epic LPs and as far as I know pretty much out of print ever since.