"Bania and Mortensen are ideal exponents of this unprofound yet diverting music. Both are intimately familiar with the new 'sensitive' style of the mid-eighteenth century. Bania's pure, delicate tone suits the works' refined melodies and she manages even Raehs's most acrobatic passages with aplomb. Mortensen's alert, precise keyboard provides her with an ever-responsive accompaniment. Their relaxed playing is complemented by the natural drawing-room acoustic of the Royal Library in Copenhagen. Also commendable are the detailed descriptions of each piece in Jens Henrik Koudal's substantial notes."