September (2022)

"With this new release, we get twelve gorgeous tracks of meditative, spirited, sensual music played with great sensitivity and panache. A sonata in three movements displays not only compositional finesse but amazing technique. ....The final number, "Exit Theme," again dives into the evocative past to bring forth a lost tune from the Great American Songbook-perhaps a sad number from an imaginary musical production of "A Streetcar Named Desire." Stella! This is a beautiful album full of mellow delights and pleasurable surprises played with uncompromising elegance. ” - Brian Clark



All Yours breezes across several facets of Wiesauer's personality and shows how they can all sparkle in simple lighting: there are shades of wistful introspection and light folky sunshine ..... sometimes catchy, more often subtle, and always with a direct channel to the heart.” - Geno Thackara


"Chants To The Sea"

But good as the Brouwer parts are, it was Wiesaur’s own pieces that really seduced me. (My past as a primarily rock and sometimes-jazz guy is showing here. This will not be embraced by the purist classical audience… to say the least!) The pieces are in a variety of styles, though in general they lean toward the melodic and pleasingly rhythmic. Comparisons can be odious (and inaccurate) but there were parts that reminded me of the very early Pat Metheny Group, Chick Corea’s Return to Forever (occasionally, Wiesaur’s guitar sounds almost piano-like)” - Blair Jackson



Ronny Wiesauer's Monologues is an exceptional musical offering and hopefully will be followed by more music featuring this prestigious talent.” - James Scott


"Suite Breve" 

The 2nd CD of the Austrian guitarist is dedicated to music of the 20th century with a affinity towards jazz ... for sure this CD will find friends among open hearted guitarists, because Wiesauer's performance is appetizing. (translation from German) ” - Harald Wittig

www.akustik-gitarre.com (edition 2/12)

"Bach & Zamboni"

…his interpretation of the „Sonata d´intavolatura die Leuto“ (1718) appears with freshness and clarity… "...seine Interpretation der Sonate díntavolatura di leuto von 1718 kommt mit Frische und Klarheit daher... (Lauteninfo 4/12)” - Lauteninfo

Lauteninfo 4/12

"Music Of The 19th Century"

Wiesauer beherrscht sein Instrument, hat Kontrolle über den Klang und meistert auch technisch anspruchsvolle Passagen" ” - Harald Wittig

Akustik-Gitarre.com (edition 4/10)