Now listen up. Finally on YouTube: Rachmaninoff’s third piano concerto op. 30 in full length recorded in New York ‘43. Music history has been written that day. Horowitz plays with unbelievable speed, clarity and melody. Still, the piece breaths like a calm bird that sings — during a thunderstorm. This is one of the best interpretations of one of the most difficult piano concertos: a class of it’s own. Horowitz, you’re the best!
Horowitz-Rodziński-Рахма́нинов at New York Philharmonic 1943