The French pianist Cedric Tiberghien has made several highly acclaimed recital and chamber recordings. Now he joins the impressive roster of pianists who have contributed to Hyperion's Romantic Piano Concerto series. On this release, Tiberghien is accompanied by Andrew Manze and the BBC Scottish Symphony in three works by Théodore Dubois that present a captivating panorama of the composer's stylistic evolution. The Concerto-capriccioso of 1876 seems like a preliminary study in the style of such composers as Weber and Mendelssohn, whereas the highly Romantic Concerto in F minor (1897) is reminiscent of Saint-Saens. The completely unknown Suite for piano and strings (1917), for its part, resembles a neoclassical pastiche.