The harp of Floraleda Sacchi it’s an embodiment of the humility, assuredness and perception of Cage’s own musicology. Each of the works here is meticulously performed; performed with superb expression and involvement. Each does the essence of that musicology of Cage’s proud. Sacchi balances the inner confidence and light with the purely acoustic essence which was so important to Cage. Caution is never brought out when reserve and reflection are more appropriate. Nor thrust when is projection. Her playing, in other words, combines sensitivity with perception – and with great technical acumen. There is definition without domination. […]
This is splendid and important music, though, played in a winning and appealing way. Whatever your (previous) experience of Cage and his world and approach to music, its performance and reception, this is a CD to look closely at. It’s unlikely that you won’t be inspired by much of what it contains.
Classical Net, Mark Sealey full article
Beautiful record. Indeed!
Peter Michael Hamel