This fourth and final volume of the Géza Anda edition of recordings from the archives of the WDR, issued by Audite, culminates in music by Béla Bartók to which Géza Anda was devoted from the beginning of his career. Bartók's piano concertos, the first two of which are presented here as impressive live recordings from 1952 (with Ferenc Fricsay) and 1957 (with Michael Gielen), both with the Cologne Radio Symphony Orchestra, achieved their final public breakthrough thanks to Anda's efforts. His enthusiasm for chamber music as well as his gift in performing together with world-famous Hungarian colleagues are revealed in two recordings from 1953. In the Sonata for two pianos and percussion his partner on the second piano was no lesser than Georg Solti, and in Contrasts Anda performs together with the violinist Tibor Varga and the clarinettist Paul Blöcher. To bring this edition to a close, Géza Anda can be heard once more as a soloist in a rousing performance of the Suite for piano op 14 from 1955.