|''[Richard] Stone has lots of technique and shines in the soloist's role. Even greater, arguably, is his successful realisation of the orchestral parts. It may sound a highly dubious idea, but in fact it is not at all in principle out of order to reconstruct an orchestral score from a soloist's part, because many of the ideas will be transferable, and the basic harmonic and structural design is already present. To these ears, the orchestral writing is entirely convincing and the players tuck into it with gusto and panache, the buzzy string sound and the woody tone of the baroque flute recorded in a spacious and expressive acoustic.''
Classical Guitar Magazine