French composer and music critic Paul Dukas saved his most severe criticism for his own work, to the extent that before his death he destroyed nearly all of his compositions. He might have been almost forgotten had it not been for Mickey Mouse, prancing about a few years later in Disney's Fantasia to his music for The Sorcerer's Apprentice.
The small amount of music which survived is exceptional and most of it can be enjoyed on one well-filled disc. In addition to The Sorcerer's Apprentice and his lone surviving symphony, the highlight is the majestic brass fanfare followed by the beautiful and exotic melodies of La Peri. This very well-played and recorded collection is available dirt-cheap for a few dollars from several sellers here
on Amazon(Amazon samples are incorrect).