Midwest Record

A most proper and veddy British classically inspired date finds the works of Cook and Lewis Carroll getting a special treatment by harp and organ with voices, Works from 17th century Puritans, this is not the typical warhorse repertoire you come across and gives choral music fans something well out of the ordinary to enjoy. With a light and living touch, this old music [sic – it is of course new music] is not so much brought into the present as it is brought to life and certainly has found its shelf date extended here, An interesting diversion for old music ears.

—Chris Spector