Even though Gustavo Gimeno never lets the arc of tension break with very contrasting tempi and makes the orchestral colours blossom with velvety-soft strings and luminous wood and radiant brass, it’s the details that really make it memorable: the warm-toned responses of the solo cello to the violin, the finely chiselled “races” between oboe, flute, clarinet and bassoon, the astonishing mixtures between timpani and trombones, to which cymbals and triangle add delicate highlights.