Best remembered as a conductor, Sir Eugene Goossens (1893-1962) wrote quite a few pieces; here are his Opuses 62 (the 40-minute Symphony 2) & 63 (Phantasy Concerto, for violin and orchestra, lasting half-an-hour); both have four movements. Neither work is a masterpiece but both engage, especially in the lyrical invention and assured orchestration, whereas the dark-horse Symphony needs a few listens to unearth its qualities. Sovereign performances from Tasmin Little and the Melbourne SO conducted by Sir Andrew Davis, captured in demonstration sound, can be found on Chandos CHSA 5193 [SACD].