- ^ Billboard 24 Nov. 2001 - Page 19 "On the new Decca album Wayfaring Stranger, young German countertenor Andreas Scholl steps away from the early-music repertoire to perform traditional folksongs with the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra. The move may be unexpected, but it is not without precedent. In lending his subtle, polished voice to these songs, Scholl also pays tribute to pioneering English countertenor Alfred Deller (1912-1979), who almost single-handedly revived the vocal style. Deller participated in Britain's early-music revival...
- ^ Gramophone Classical Good CD Guide 2002 0860249875 - Page 1267
Gramophone - 2001 - "I will give my love an apple. Barbara Allen. Lord Rendall ... [comments in relation to an earlier recital] At the resonant centre of Scholl's voice is a passage of lower middle notes where the vibrancy is strong and rich in a way very comparable to Deller's. Stylistically, on the other hand, , Scholl has developed an art that is quite independent of his great original: his manner is more forthright, less responsive to the spiritual intensity of Sorrow sorrow stay..."