The New York Times
Anthony Tommasini
December 21, 2003

Boston Modern Orchestra Project,
conducted by Gil Rose (New World)

“The Boston-based composer Arthur Berger died in October at 91, and this beautiful recording of his complete orchestral music makes a fitting testimonial. The five works range over 33 years, from the New-Classical Ideas of Order (1952) to the serialist Perspectives II (1985), and each abounds in pungent harmonic writing, transparent textures, and urbane sassiness.”

- Anthony Tommasini, New York Times