Masks is a dramatic, arresting and ingenious compostion in which the soloist’s positions and perambulations as well as his notes are indicated’.
Andrew Porter (New Yorker), 11 November 1974
‘It has strong overtones of romanticism and a good deal of humour…I found in this composition a refreshing inventiveness and engaging appeal and warmth.’
Waterloo Record, 21 February 1975

‘This rare and individual work contains much to challenge the advanced performer, and is a noteworthy addition to the twentieth-century flute repertoire.’
Royal College of Music magazine, Spring 91