Since you are interested in Akutagawa: Ellora Symphony / Trinita Sinfonica / Rhapsody, here is a list of other items that you may find interesting.
GORDON SHI-WEN CHIN
Double Concerto / Formosa Seasons
Cho-Liang Lin (violin) / Felix Fan (cello) / Kansas City Symphony Orchestra / Michael Stern
[ Naxos / CD - released 4/Mar/2007 ]
"Formosa Seasons" is based on a series of Haiku-like poems, and is dedicated to the celebrated Taiwanese-American violinist Cho-Liang Lin.
Janacek: Operatic Orchestral Suites, Vol. 1 [Jenufa / The Excursions of Mr Broucek]
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra / Peter Breiner, with Vesa-Matti Leppanen, violin
[ Naxos / CD - released 20/Feb/2009 ]
"These are fine performances and stunningly dynamic recordings, with some fine low drum rumbles and plenty of sparkle and colour in the spectrum." (MusicWeb April 2009)
Sibelius: Scenes historiques I and II / King Christian II Suite
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, Pietari Inkinen
[ Naxos / CD - released 26/Jan/2008 ]
"As an addition to the ever-growing Sibelius catalogue this is most welcome" (MusicWeb Feb 2008)
Mayuzumi: Bugaku / Mandala Symphony / Rumba Rhapsody
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra / Takuo Yuasa (conductor)
[ Naxos Japanese Classics / CD - released 15/Jan/2006 ]
"Excellent performances from New Zealand and very fine recording throughout." (MusicWeb April 2006)
Beata Moon (piano)
[ Naxos / CD - released 17/Jul/2007 ]
"The majority of works here are short, and are ideal as recital pieces as they would complement both traditional and contemporary works" (MusicWeb July 2007)
Overtures (Incls 'Euryanthe' & 'Der Freischutz')
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra / Antoni Wit
[ Naxos / CD - released 1/Jan/2009 ]
"Weber was a great tunesmith, and some of his overtures were on the same level of popularity (in the time before pervasive aural garbage) with William Tell, 1812 and the like. Polish-born and trained conductor Wit I'm sure is familiar with the...
Symphonic Poems, Vol. 2 (Incls 'Powracajace fale')
New Zealand Symphony Orchestra / Antoni Wit (Conductor)
[ Naxos / CD - released 1/Nov/2008 ]
Mieczysław Karłowicz's six symphonic poems, composed between 1904-09, are the pinnacles of a career tragically ended when he perished in an avalanche during a solitary mountain hike. His fame as one of the outstanding Polish composers of his...
Nagauta Symphony / Meiji Symphony / Maria Magdalena
Toru Ajimi (shamisen) / Testuo Miyata (voice) / Yumiko Mizoiri (hichiriki) / Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra / Takuo Yuasa
[ Naxos Japanese Classics / CD - released 13/Sep/2007 ]
Kósçak Yamada was the first great composer to emerge from Japan after it had begun to accept western classical music.