The music is thoughtful, introspective but beautiful. . . . Vocal part-writing does not always translate easily to the lute. . . . Heringman overcomes any and all of these problems with apparent ease and an unflashy artistry that entirely matches the mood of the music. . . . There is much variety among Waisselís music, and neither he nor Jacob Heringman need fear the Polish proverb quoted in the booklet: "Donít play the lute after Bakfark"!
Ian Harwood, Early Music Review, September 1999