Ingvar Loco Nordin, Sonoloco Record Reviews, 2000
The music here is very sober, clear, intellectual, but also inspiring, visionary - and maybe that combination isn't so farfetched.
David Moore, American Record Guide, January/February, 2001
3, 23, 6, 26, Hike!
Philip Clark, The Wire, September, 2001
... the music ... has an attractive vulnerability ... and the richness and scope of this highly sensual performance is a joy.
Les Jared, the Paper., December 20, 2001
Cage's music has the capability to expand minds and redefine the nature of music.
Jerry Bowles, Sequenza21, March, 2002
Fong is a committed advocate and she makes the most of the minimalist elements presented here.
Brian Marley, Avant, Spring, 2002
Cage's music is not without an agenda ... it manipulates the listener less than any other music I can think of.
John Story, Fanfare, July/August, 2002
... there is an elegiac quality to both of the string pieces ... surprisingly moving and beautiful. Recommended.
Raymond Tuttle, Classical Net, September, 2002
... these four number pieces are orgies of more or less continuous sound. The performance and engineering are beyond reproach.
Jennifer Paull, Music & Vision, August, 2002
... amongst the least commercial of the (American recording industry) ... I feel certain that he (Cage) would have approved greatly!
Jonathan Woolf, MusicWeb, September, 2002
... elegantly if austerely presented ... Dramatically convincing performances ... and high production values.
Rob Barnett, MusicWeb, December, 2002
... minimalistic in approach and refreshingly honest ... can be likened to looking fixedly into a flame or a pool.
Tom Schulte, Outsight, December, 2002
... a combination and culmination of the vision of travelogue of a sparse landscape and trance-inducing self-hypnosis.
Dan Warburton, Paris Transatlantic, February, 2003
These releases on the OgreOgress imprint ... have succeeded where several have failed in rising to the works' aesthetic challenges.
Brian Olewnick, Bagatellen, April, 2004
... a very fine recording that should be far more widely heard than it's likely to be.
Check out the artist's website:
1. Three2 (1991) [9 minutes]
2. Twenty-Three (1988) [23 minutes]
3. Six (1991) [3 minutes]
4. Twenty-Six (1991) [26 minutes]