"... The acoustic setting is full and spacious, and serves the musicians well as they all have highly appealing sounds. Whether or not are are on the lookout for something new and different, this release is a top recommendation."
Robert Markow - Fanfare - March/April 2014
"Consistenty expert performances fo everything full jsutice. A delightfully instructive release."
R J Stove - Limelight
"...The tone is excellent, and the interpretations bring out the freshness of the works. I am pleased that this ensemble chose to release a fine recording of neglected works rather than another average recording of familiar ones."
Greg Pagel - American Record Guide
"...strongly recommending this release to lovers of fine playing and unjustly neglected repertoire."
Michael Round - International Record Review - February 2014
Repertoire ***** Sound **** Interpretation ***
Isabel Fedrizzi - Ensemble magazine (Germany) - February/March 2014
".. Altogether four welcome works, beautifully recorded in well-balanced sound, with consistently affectionate performances."
Edward Greenfield - Gramophone magazine - December 2013
“ This new disc has something of an international flavour with composers from Britain, Australia, France and Sweden. There is playing of much warmth and understanding from the Trio Anima Mundi… terrifically fine playing. This is a fascinating and rewarding disc… The recording is excellent. There are informative booklet notes by the trio’s pianist, Kenji Fujimura.” TheClassicalReviewer
"This CD explores four pieces of music by a diverse group of composers. The quality f their music is impressive ... Max d’Ollone’s Trio in A minor is one of the best works in this genre that I have heard. The presentation of this disc is ideal. The sound quality is excellent. I enjoyed the committed playing and consider that Trio Anima Mundi truly responds to this ‘romantic’ music; they are in their element.”
John France - MusicWeb-International.com
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