Haydn to the Rescue !
London CS 6533. Sonata for Two Pianos and Variations for Two Pianos on a Theme of Beethoven. Bracha Eden and Alexander Tamir.
This is a must for piano enthusiasts as it was performed on a Pleyel double piano. This very rare instrument was actually two grand pianos in one case with one reflective lid. The remarkable thing is how well articulated the recording is. You can tell just which performer is playing just what notes. And of course the piano(s) match in sound exactly.
His Chopin Nocturnes are recognized as best ever.
Moravec was already well known in Czechoslovakia when he was "discovered" by Alan Silver, who ran Connoisseur Records.Alan recorded him playing Chopin, and helped him get his first engagements in USA. Alan was incredibly skilled at making recordings, although what he actually did was considerably simpler than big time producer/directors.
I knew Alan in Berkeley in 1967, nice man.