Firkusny championed the Dvorak concerto for decades and his account of it is both compelling and authentic sounding. It is actually one of my favourite romantic piano concertos and seems to me to share a world with Schumann's great concerto - not just in mood but in greatness, too. The catalogue includes relatively few versions of this great work but a number of really very good ones - both Richter's and Aimard's are really excellent. I turn to Firkusny's for it's authentic Dvorak sound and phrasing but it is perhaps Aimard with Harnoncourt who best shows how truly great this work is: they bring it into the mainstream and do so in ways that do nothing to weaken its claim on our affections. Still, Firkusny's account will always have a place in my heart and is truly an excellent performance.
Firkusny also pioneered Janancek and his account of the Concertino is also stimulating and a real pleasure. I'm not sure I would go out to buy it but I am very glad to have it.