"There’s something magical about the combination of a particularly seet and accomplished soprano voice and the scintillating sonorities of a well-played harp... Canadian Soprano Monic Whicher owns an absolutely ravishing voice, and harpist Judy loman is a true master of her instrument, as well as a skilled arranger for it: all of the pieces heard here are her own arrangements. Most of the carols are familiar traditional fare. Loman’s harp interludes are striking and lovely. I usually have trouble getting through a collection of this type at one sitting, but not so with this one; I hung wonder-struck, on every note and nuance. the whole way through and i think you will too..."
Koob - American Record Guide - November/December 2011