This second volume of orchestral music by the English composer Steve Elcock (b. 1957), long since resident in France, brings three powerful works all with their origins in earlier pieces. Incubus examines the terrors of nightmare-riven sleep in a vigorous symphonic essay based on a movement from Elcock's string quartet Night after Night. The impulse behind Haven, an expansive and surprisingly muscular fantasy, is the Sarabanda theme from Bach's First Partita for solo violin. And Elcock's Fifth Symphony takes it's cue from the most famous of all Fifth Symphonies, re-examining Beethoven's structural logic in Elcock's own musical language to produce a volcanic new Fifth, it's charge of wild energy husbanded to maximum dramatic effect.