The singing and playing are so pleasing that I could go on listening for hours. Mudarra is a familiar enough name, but only a few pieces are at all well-known from inclusion in more varied programmes. Almost half of his 1546 publication is here, with solos for vihuela and for four-string guitar as well as songs. but 32 pieces averaging just over two minutes each makes a lot of rather short-winded items. So for intent listening, a few at a time suffice; but it is a charmer.

Clifford Bartlett, Early Music Review, December 1997