You’re no doubt familiar with George Gershwin, but Edward Burlingame Hill? Alexander Moyzes? No, me neither, but their jaunty, jazzy studies and sonatas get a new lease of life in this engaging selection from the husband-and-wife duo Anthony Goldstone and Caroline Clemmow. Mátyás Seiber’s hilarious tangos and foxtrots will put a spring in your step, while you can melt over Percy Grainger’s (yes!) arrangement of Gershwin’s “Embraceable You”. All great fun but recorded in the echoey, sepulchral acoustic of a church, which pours some pretty cold water over some very hot music.