1st listen. Tüür Symphony no. 4 'Magma', by the Estonian National Symphony Orchestra and Paavo Järvi. Really like this composer, but I was not that impressed by this recording: the Symphony is for solo percussion and orchestra, and she is too forward in the mix, while the strings are too backward (IMHO). It's good, but it could be better. The other pieces are two pieces for choir and orchestra and one for strings, and unfortunately are not that memorable. I doubt I will revisit, but I imagine I could eventually just take Magma and append it to another Tuur disc.