After centuries of neglect, Holborne’s music is enjoying a modest revival, thanks, in part, to American virtuoso Jacob Heringman. . . . Heringman’s long overdue CD. . . played with technical mastery and an overriding passion for the music itself.
Marc Cramer, Renaissance Magazine, 1998
. . . Heringman composed some of his own divisions, and I would defy anyone to spot the joins. . . . thoughtful and intimate. . . . thoughtful rendition of the pavans, and . . . delightful and cheerful performances of the quicker dance movements. . . .
Christopher Goodwin, Lute News, 1999