Stare Miasto allows the guitarist to show his/her prowess right from the start with a solo twelve bar free fantasia introduction. This incorporates some enchanting writing for the instrument and certainly whets the appetite for what is to come. When the flute does arrive on the scene with its melancholy tune the guitar is relegated to accompanist for the majority of the rest of the piece but the writing is still sufficiently good for the instrument that the interest never wanes. This is a delightful new edition to the repertoire for flute and guitar and any advanced duos should consider this as an option for future repertoire.
Steve Marsh (Classical Guitar Magazine)