New York Times critic John Rockwell has noted Stewart Rose for his “remarkable virtuosity, agility and fluency, and his ability to retain the horn's cheery rusticity.”

Buffalo Globe critic Herman Trotter said of From the Forest: “This is a recording to be treasured, not only by horn players but by average music lovers searching for new frontiers of musical excellence.”

"Stewart Rose's horn solos were eloquent and sure. The instrument can play dirty tricks on the best of performers but was on its best behavior here."  New York Times, Feb. 8, 2007

"Deeply respected New York musician Stewart Rose played with rich tambre and technical aplomb." The New Yorker, Jan. 28, 2016

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