Dallas Morning News and Orlando Sentinel
"Many composers have written piano duets, but the greatest and most consistent was probably Schubert. Only Mozart, who composed fewer, is in his league. Schubert's output may be explained by the fact that he had few opportunities for orchestral performances during his lifetime.
Naxos is releasing a series of CDs devoted to Schubert's piano-duet music. The third volume, with Jeno Jand and Zsuzsa Kollar as the performers, is a good survey of the variety of Schubert's output.
One of the pieces is great: the Fantasy in F minor, D. 940. This 17-minute work approaches the profundity of Schubert's last piano sonatas, with wonderful melodic material and a sense of melancholy lurking under the surface.
The seven smaller pieces are not profound, though they are always tuneful and listenable.
The pianists are solid. Mr. Jando is notable for his many distinguished recordings for Naxos."