My review of Ernest Ansermet's cd box set is below (also published at Amazon.co.uk; click the headline)
Ernest Ansermet has been surprisingly little known posthumously. This wonderful collection suggests that he was just as versatile as his reputation suggests. There are gems everywhere: a classicist Beet-hoven fourth, very musical Respighi - it is much more than noise - and a number of less-known works by e.g. Liadov, Martin and Faure. The real treats for me are the all-Honegger disc; Kind David was a wonderful discovery and his Sibelius fourth. His treating of this bark bread symphony - which sir Beecham understood to be quite a romantic work in all its chilliness - gives this work a totally new out-look with luminous textures somewhat in impressionistic style.