"As always, the quality is high and the range as diverse as the compositional talents involved. ... Its a constantly engaging and enjoyable musical journey and testament to the strength of Thalia Myers original idea."
Link, Winter 05/06
"...invaluable ABRSM series. Thalia Myers is to be congratulated. ... Recommended without reservation.
Music Teacher, February 2006
"A great many gems to be enjoyed equally by beginners and experienced players. Strongly recommended for everyone.
International Piano, Jan/Feb 06
"A must-have. The Spectrum series is invaluable. Brava Thalia for this fabulous concept - and to the ABRSM!
EPTA Piano Professional, April 2006
"an array of stunning pieces, miniatures that will satisfy the needs of teachers and students for contemporary piano music suitable for the early grades [1 to 4] or for those who simply want to tackle repertoire that is original, tuneful, different and most importantly, speaks to todays performers....
...Ms Myers is to be congratulated for her tenacity and foresight as the motivating force behind this insightful project. Whilst they might be miniatures, this inspired and highly recommended collection contains mature works that students of all ages and levels will enjoy playing.
A well-presented and easy to read publication."
Music in Action, Summer 06
"It is impossible to over-praise this edition: this is a wonderful (one might almost say essential) collection."
Sheet Music Review Sept/Oct 06
"Winner - Best sheet music - New work - International Piano
Our judges were unanimous in declaring Spectrum 4 as the winner - the only category in the Awards to acheive such accord. ... a monumental selection of new and accessible music that can be tackled with joy by beginners, concert pianists and everyone in between. The collection is beautifully presented, with excellent notes on performance and at a very cheap rice. What more could you ask for?"
International Piano, Nov/Dec 06
"66 wonderfully intriguing pieces. Contemporary repertoire of real integrity and character."
Piano, Nov/Dec 2006