i had the Leopold Stokovsky (hope I spelled that right; he was the conductor for the original “Fantasia” movie by Disney, as well as many other things) version on LP when I was a kid, which I liked a lot (although he took liberties with the orchestration–rhythmically and otherwise–that bothered some people). I also had the electronic version done entirely on synthesizers by Isao Tomita, which was also very cool.
Those are the only two that I’ve owned, although I heard a version for four or six pianos once on the radio during a roadtrip. No other info on that.
Don’t know if that helps, but it’s all I’ve got.
No, wait—you could also (if you’re interested in getting partials) pick up…aw, man, it’s been years…I believe the second King Crimson album (In the Wake of Poseidon) which has Robert Fripp’s version of “Mars, the Bringer of War,” and (if you’re really masochistic) you could find a copy of the album “Emerson, Lake, and Powell” which has Keith Emerson’s verson of the same segment.
I would welcome any corrections to this, as it’s digging into parts of my brain that I haven’t used in decades. The first three paragraphs I’m reasonably sure of. The fourth…not so much.