One of my favorite piano pieces is Liszt's transcendental etude “Harmonies du soir”. Unfortunately, many chords are way too large for my hands. I noticed that in all recordings I know, the pianists break up chords to arpeggios even when Liszt did not write so (starting at bar 6 in Edition Peters). Just out of curiosity: Does someone know a recording which is 100% faithful to the score? (I guess it doesn't sound much different.)
Sviatoslav Richter (1915-1997) was a Russian pianist who notably could play twelfths (the infamous, largest chord of Rachmaninoff). Some chords are written in the piece to be arpeggiated.
I presume from your question you are referring to a recording in which chords written to be played without arpeggiation, are done so by the performer. As far as I can tell, this recording would be what you are after. It is one in which the performer does not take liberty with arpeggiating chords to make Liszt's monumental work more playable.
Take care :)