"Anne Kerry Ford's "Something Wonderful" pairs lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II with those of his pupil, Stephen Sondheim. Each has a distinctive view of love: Hammerstein's warmly romantic and Sondheim's more clear-eyed about the perils of giving one's heart to another. Their differing views are expressed in Hammerstein's lyric that gives the collection its title, and by Sondheim's "Being Alive". Ford doesn't juxtapose their words in medleys, although she sings Hammerstein's "All Through The Day" against Sondheim's "Losing My Mind" melody, which works surprisingly well...With a clear, lovely soprano, Ford interprets these lyrics with insight, steering clear of too much melodrama."
- Max O.Preeo, "Show Music Magazine", Spring 1999