A review from Woman Rock Magazine (June, 2001): “California pianist Teresa McCollough sent out a nationwide call for new, classical piano pieces by American composers. Out of 300 scores, she chose seven for her recitals and national tours. This album is those seven selections. The pieces are exciting, daring adventures in contemporary music. The composers distilled hard jazz, delicate sonatas and Copland-esque Americana into a new and stunning voice for McCollough’s playing. The contributing composers are David Rakowski, Henry Martin, Charles Griffin, Tomas Svoboda, Alex Shapiro, Steve Heitzeg and Elizabeth Pizer.” Includes my Vernacular Dances.