Donald WomackAn Infinite Momentviolin and piano8:002007
Recorded on Walk Across the Surface of the Sun (Albany Records)

At its core An Infinite Moment is about paradox. It is both simple and profound, transparent and mysterious. It is at once tinged with joy and sadness, and suggests both permanence and ephemerality. It breathes deeply, drawing in the air of ancient mountains, cool autumn days, the warmth of the sun, things that cannot last but will always be there. It is lyrical, soaring music that one should lose oneself in, if only briefly.

"An Infinite Moment reminds me a bit of Copland pastoral — slow, telling progressions of widely-spaced chords and terse melody, all trying to burrow inside you. Womack sets up interesting contrasts between consonance and dissonance. It seems shorter than it actually is, one clue to its quality."

— classicalCDreview.com