"The piano duo Adrienne Soós and Ivo Haag are capable of the art of interpretation to withdraw behind the work, and to let it act in a manner as if it had played by itself: casual and unintentional-natural. This does not mean that they have nothing to say as a performer – quite the reverse! But, with their fantastic play, they express the music and not themselves. This gives their recordings an unusually intense presence: no musical detail gets lost, nothing is concealed or emerges unwisely [...]. The lack of resonance of sounds by the drums, Bartók balances out by an intense rhythm that requires a high degree of precision by the interpreters. And that this "problem" is not apparent in this exemplary recording is probably the greatest praise one can give."
Gislher Schubert in Fono Forum, April 13