'The connection with the opening of London composer Julian Anderson is striking.  Right from the outset, The Crazed Moon creates a spacious perspective with a fanfare (heard off-stage) that encloses the composition and gives the tone of a funeral to this 'monument' in homage to Graeme Smith, a composer and friend of Anderson's who died in 1995.  The relatively short opening develops a very unstable polyphonic texture which results in an orchestral colour which is as unfamiliar as it is unique.'
www.resmusica.com (Michele Tosi), 9 February 2010