'...the outstanding issue is the Revolutionary String Quartet's recording of the Boccherini quartets from Op39 and 41, music that combines gently sophisticated utterance with real depth of feeling which these players do not fail to catch.' Gramophone 'Critics' Choice'
'These were excellent performances of a repertoire that does not always get the period instruments and style that it deserves' (Early Music Review, August 2008)
'their interpretation has a freshness of sound and a subtle spontaneity that is doubly enhanced by the colourful nuance and bright rhythm in very good taste.' Repertoire, France
'...a genuine jewel of a recording made by four excellent players' Wuster, Holland
'The English play with a sure and articulated style and draw out of their period instruments, even in the virtuoso passages, an astonishingly clean sound, surprisingly well-blended yet remaining transparent... the highest quality... leaves no wish unfulfilled.' Fonoforum, Germany