It is not flawless, but Richter's rendition of Bartók's 15 Hungarian Peasant Songs ranks among the best I've heard. I would argue a pianist like Annie Fischer plays a more faithful and clean version of the piece, but something about Richter's intentional tempo "adjustments" add an entirely different level of depth and playfulness to the songs.
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