Many of his piano appearances begin with Schubert's "Ave Maria"
- in a highly virtuoso version for solo piano arranged by
himself. He also arranged Lecuona's famous piece "La Comparsa"
especially for piano and orchestra. And when he plays Geshwin's
"Rhapsody in Blue", it speaks of the elemental force of the
Cuban musician, for whom rhythmic temperament became second
Piano: Bach: The Well-Tempered Clavier (Book I & II)
(Pianist & producer: Matthias Keller)
From the content:
The Well-Tempered Clavier (BWV 846-893) is
a collection of preludes and fugues for a keyboard instrument
by Johann Sebastian Bach in two parts. ... Each part contains
24 pairs of movements, each consisting of a prelude and a
fugue in all major and minor keys, arranged in ascending
chromatic order from C major to h minor.
The recording includes all 48 pairs of movements on 4 CDs. * Source: Wikipedia