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Sort 40 Complete Bibliography and Discography

Géza Anda is best known for his committed advocacy of the piano concertos of Bartók and Mozart. He gave more than 300 public performances of Bartók’s Second Piano Concerto, and his recording of all three remains the benchmark for them today. He was the first pianist to record all of Mozart’s piano concertos, directing them from the keyboard. But these cycles form only a small part of Anda’s vast discography and barely reflect his broad repertoire, which ranged from Bach to Rachmaninov and in the 1950s also encompassed contemporary music.