Here is one: Czerny's Fantasia on Scottish Airs, op. 147 for one piano six hands - played by Alicia DeLarrocha, Raymond Lewenthal, and Gunnar Johanson at he International Piano Library BenefitnConcert, at Hunter College, October 3, 1970.
Released as a two-LP album, IPL 5005/6.
On two LPs, you can expect a lot more than that - performances by the above three and Jorge Bolet, Ivan Davis, Michael Nay, Jesus Maria Sanroma, Fernando Valenti, Guiomar Novaes, Bruce Hungerford, and Rosalyn Tureck.
And non-pianists: Beverly Sills in an uproarious takeoff on Chiopin, devised by Roland Gagnon - and a movement from Reineke's Children's Symphony, playted on toy instruments by Jack Romannm, Ned Rorem, Alan Rich, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Joseph Machlis, Philip L. Miller, Micheal May, Peter Hamparian, Masako Yanagita, David Everhart, Arthur Ravander, and Gregor Benko.
What an evening that was!
Yes, I have this LP album and have enjoyed it for years. It is something that deserves to be on compact discs for today's listeners. The only thing I'm sorry about is that I was not there amongst the audience. I suspect it was a sell-out.
Lance G. Hill
______________________________________________________When she started to play, Mr. Steinway came down and personally
rubbed his name off the piano. [Speaking about pianist &*$#@+#]