Of his many recordings, the ones that are really outstanding in my opinion are his recording of the Czech Dances by Bedrich Smetana and the two CDs he released of various piano works by Johannes Brahms, including profound interpretations of the Op. 116 to Op. 119 works. Unfortunately, most of his recordings are no longer readily available, but hopefully the label(s) that produced them will rectify the situation and reissue them in the near future.
Not the best way to launch a new blog, but I felt the need to pay my respects to a great musician who, by his deep artistry, opened my ears and mind to some unusual piano pieces. May his achievements resonate in the memory of all musicians.