The Chronicle

The main appeal of this charming album is how the flute and piano meld — the two musicians work really well together. We’re struggling to say much about the music itself (and curse the fact that no-one seems to review other than the big-name classical CDs): these are delicate summery pieces that range in sound from rather serious music, to which you can imagine people listing earnestly, to music that would be suited to a slightly scary Gothic movie and then to a sound that’s not too far from jazz. It seems slightly harsh to call it background music, but we’ve listened to it several times this week in the evening while reading and it makes for, er, a very good background music.

—Jeremy Condliffe