"...another appealing duo, Quiet Time, this time for reflectively rhapsodic viola and restrainedly resonant piano" (musicweb-international.com)
"The collection Short Stories, works by Gernot Wolfgang, is subtitled More Groove-Oriented Chamber Music. The description is apt, but slightly misleading. There is a range of styles here, some of it jazzy and overtly groove-oriented, such as the piece for bassoon and contrabass, Low Agenda. But there are other paths explored here, as well. Theremins Journey, for theremin, piano, and electronics, starts with a witty paraphrase of our best known pop-culture use of the thereminas a mood-setter for pulp mysteriesbefore adding electronic beats. Rolling Hills & Jagged Ridges is a lyrical (but not sweet) piece for violin and piano; and the same can be said of Quiet Time, for viola and piano. There is variety in this music, and the performances are exceptional."
(American Record Guide 270 July/August 2011)
Rolling Hills and Jagged Ridges and Quiet Time are interesting, fast-moving works, notable for their economical piano accompaniment, which works well in commenting dramatically on the flighty, virtuosic string writing.
(Jeremy Marchant, FANFARE MAGAZINE July/Aug. 2011)