'It has a lucidity and balance, a subtle refinement of substance and texture … it is a work that will no doubt quickly establish, or certainly ought to establish, a regular place in what is a surprisingly limited repertory.'Daily Telegraph (Robert Henderson), 9 May 1983
'… a marvellous essay in the poetics of atonality – tender, subtly interweaving strains of thought … '
Daily Telegraph (Peter Stadlen), November 1981
'Starting with modal phrases that echo Debussy, it soon sets off on its own purposeful but elegant path.'
The Independant (Robert Maycock), 14 November 2005