The Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra with their versatile conductor and pianist Howard Shelley have unearthed so many Romantic piano concertos that one fears they'll run out. Luckily not! Here the less-than-original Henri Herz is treated with as much gravitas as his fellow composer and friend Chopin might be. Herz's showy crowd-pleasers are played with such elegance and security that they sound better than they are. There's nothing wrong with the light music when the standard is this high. Concerto No 2 is fine, but the real fun starts with the Two Grande Fantasies on popular operas and the sparkling Polonaise where Shelley lets his hair down to splendid effect.