On the amazing contraption, the following pieces are played by "legendary masters":
The Performing Piano (55:20)
01 - Minuet in G - Paderewski - performed by Ignace Paderewski (3:50)
02 - The Beautiful Blue Danube - Strauss (arr Schulz-Evler) - performed by Josef Lhévinne (8:41)
03 - La Campanella (The Bells) - Paganini (arr Liszt) -performed by Josef Lhévinne (5:08)
04 - Scherzo, Op 39, No 3 - Chopin -performed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (10:03)
05 - Invitation to the Dance - von Weber -performed by Artur Schnabel (7:25)
06 - Hungarian Rhapsody 2 - Liszt -performed by Alfred Cortot (7:58)
07 - Mazeppa - Liszt - performed by Erwin Nyiregyházi (8:04)
08 - Prelude in C Sharp Minor - Rachmaninoff - performed by Sergei Rachmaninoff (4:12)
I'm surprised that I couldn't find a Discogs page for this cassette. But it's pretty boss. You can read all about it in the included scans of the liner notes.
The Performing Piano
Now get out there and imaginarily tickle some ivories!
See you on Thursday