‘In the last volume of Tibor Harsányi's complete piano music I present his most important works, including his sonata Rhapsodie and the two burlesques. These are the most challenging pieces of his whole piano œuvre. My favourite composition is the short piece written for the album "Parc d'attractions Expo 1937 Paris" called Le tourbillon mécanique in which Harsányi describes a giant mechanical device, a sort of clock, whirling around with metallic precision (Track 17).
Many other composers, like Martinů and A. Tcherepnin, whose music I previously recorded for Grand Piano, have contributed to this album, making it the culmination of years of research and work. It is truly a labour of love. As a reviewer remarked on an earlier volume, Harsányi's music is "always enjoyable, sometimes delightful and occasionally brilliant." I hope you also enjoy this music.’
– Giorgio Koukl