From the link below, under the heading "Classical", you will find performances by Edwin Fischer, processed from 78s, of
Bach, Piano (Cembalo?) Concerto in F minor
Mozart, Piano Concert in E flat major, K.482
Schumann, Fantasy in C minor , Op 17
The Bach is very concise and melodic, the slow movement being a "paler shade of "whiter shade..."" if that's not too obscure. The Mozart is a big production, Trumpets, Horns and Drums to beef up the texture. The 3rd movement is odd in that there is a contrasting section, Andante cantabile before we return to the rumpty-tumpty rhythm of the movements start and end..with a sort of false ending to keep you on your toes. It seems that the cadenzas were Fischer's own. The Schumann is a rhapsodic piece as its title suggests and the pianists task is to control the ebb and flow of the music keeping the listener involved. I think that Fischer does this superbly with a limpid tone for passagework and contemplative sections but with plenty of muscular drive elsewhere. I also have three Schubert impromptus by him but thought I would put them up at a later date with a Schubert Sonata in A minor by Lili Kraus and any other Schubert piano pieces I've got.