Now we have a very nicely performed volume of his chamber music, namely his Piano Quintet and Piano Trio (MSR Classics 1394) by Musicians of the Manchester Music Festival.
The two works are unapologetically romantic. Yet thematically and in terms of structure they are excellently wrought. It's music that sounds more like Brahms than Berio, of course, but if you disregard your expectations you hear some very fine music in full romantic flush. I am glad to have it.