The Instrumentalist,
March 1971.

During concert appearances under the name of Musica Viva Trio, the group has been praised for "high musicianship," "sparkling and polished performance," and each player was "found to be a virtuoso in his own right."...The trio plays beautifully, and gives us recordings of unusual chamber music - von Weber (know mostly by opera buffs, clarinet players, and the arranger of Benny Goodman's "Let's Dance") - wrote only three chamber works, and Dussek's work (known to practically nobody) is recorded here for the first time. It is lovely music, of a nearly - forgotten - by - some era, but a pleasure to play or to hear.

By Kenneth L. Neidig