The pace is a leisurely adagio and the piece opens with a much more reflective mood than the bare notes suggest, with pleasing chords with that little bit of poignancy that makes the melody more compelling. A key change and pizzicato a lead to a new section that changes key again to the minor, where the threeagainst-two over big, big chords provides a lovely accompaniment to a singing melody. The density of notes on the page increases as the composer develops this lovely piece and the delicate close harmony of the upper parts, almost gives a shimmering gloss to the melody beneath. Not at all as intense as the notation suggests.
So if you buy this piece, and l do recommend you do, take time to study the notation and you’ll find that the gentle pace and wonderful chords are not as hard to realise as you might have thought.
Derek Hasted (Classical Guitar Magazine)