That Honegger disc is propably really fine - and at least very interesting - I haven't heard ity.
The Concerto da camera ( flute, english horn & strings) is Honegger at his finest : poetical, pastoral - with a sad & serious undertone that is absolutely captivating. I've had an old Melodya LP with Honegger's "Le dit des jeux du monde" - played by an ensemble from St Petersburg....IIRC.
It's scored for a small orchestra ( flute/piccolo, trumpet, 4 percussion and strings. The percussion is quite "basic" : timpani, bass drum, cymbals, small drum, triangle and a bouteillophone - a set of bottles ,filled with water, so that they can be tuned;) - but do not expect highly charged music ( Sacre, Milhaud's Choéphores, l'Homme et son désir...). There's more early SChönberg in it ,or ...Wagner!
In 1918, when he wrote this music for a spectacle , based on text by a young ( symbolist) Belgian poet, Paul Méral, it was perceived as very strange, awkward.
It's a set of 10 dances ( or dance-ike fragments), lasting ca 45 mins., with 2 interludes and and an epilogue.