"The very last track of this cd, the chaconne of Germaine Pinel, captures all that is best about this incandescent music as well as this magical player. It floats like a zephyr that promises a healing beneficence and pleasures tinged with sadness. It dances and sings but with a modesty that has nothing to do with morality but is rather a kind of politeness to all things of beauty. There is nothing to compare it with . Perhaps some of M. Yisrael's teacher H. Smith recordings of Gaultier--if you have been so fortunate to hear these-- , might prepare you for the experience. We await future recordings of the French and German baroque by this supreme exponent of the lute." Myrmex (USA, 2015)