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I've listened to this a million times and have only just now noticed this. grin I would've thought he'd surely have this memorized!

(5:04)


This might be the only page turn I've ever heard in a studio recording. Share some more if you know any.

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Years ago I heard a recording of Mozart that I know for certain had a burp in it...I'm sure I saved it in a youtube playlist somewhere, but I couldn't tell you what it is or get even close. I don't even remember the pianist or the piece or anything. But I know for a fact there was a burp. I rewound it and listened multiple times.


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Is that for sure a page turn?

I wouldn't have noticed anything myself, and even looking for it.... I had to listen 3 times to hear it, and I can't identify it as a definite page turn, but if you and/or others say you're sure it is, I'll believe it.

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Originally Posted by Mark_C
Is that for sure a page turn?

I wouldn't have noticed anything myself, and even looking for it.... I had to listen 3 times to hear it, and I can't identify it as a definite page turn, but if you and/or others say you're sure it is, I'll believe it.

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I agree. It could be just him shifting around in his bench.

The KING of this sort of thing is Led Zeppelin's Since I've Been Loving You



Listen carefully in the right speaker...That is one SQUEAKY kick drum pedal.


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Can be a page turn but there's the same sound at 5:07 too.
So it's twice. Did he turn to the wrong page first? :-) ha ha

I'm not so sure it's a page turn can be something else

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Originally Posted by Relaxing_Music
Can be a page turn but there's the same sound at 5:07 too.
So it's twice. Did he turn to the wrong page first? :-) ha ha

I'm not so sure it's a page turn can be something else
It's the same turn, just done slowly.

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Originally Posted by Mark_C
Is that for sure a page turn?

I wouldn't have noticed anything myself, and even looking for it.... I had to listen 3 times to hear it, and I can't identify it as a definite page turn, but if you and/or others say you're sure it is, I'll believe it.

(And I'll say, great get!)
Are you using headphones?

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Originally Posted by Mark_C
Is that for sure a page turn?

I wouldn't have noticed anything myself, and even looking for it.... I had to listen 3 times to hear it, and I can't identify it as a definite page turn, but if you and/or others say you're sure it is, I'll believe it.

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I agree. It could be just him shifting around in his bench.

The KING of this sort of thing is Led Zeppelin's Since I've Been Loving You



Listen carefully in the right speaker...That is one SQUEAKY kick drum pedal.
Can never not hear it. I prefer the MSG performance(s) anyway. wink

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Not a page turn, but--when I first heard this MANY years ago, it sounded much clearer--I wonder what happened? Too much rock and roll? too many years?

Here is a big noise (I swear it was much bigger 47 years ago) in a very well-known recording--never saw it mentioned anywhere.

at 5:12--turn up the volume.



It USED to sound like somebody hitting a music stand. I think they could have edited it out at the time.

Huh.

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I remember in one of my parents' Schnabel LPs of a Beethoven sonata that I listened to many times, there was a very clearly audible knock on the door (if I recall correctly, it was even a double -- i.e. "knock-knock"). To this day, I can't listen to that sonata when it gets to that part without thinking/anticipating that "knock-knock"!

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OK, I think I found a YouTube post of that Schnabel I remembered with the "knock-knock". At 11:37 in this video:


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OK, I think I found a YouTube post of that Schnabel I remembered with the "knock-knock". At 11:37 in this video:


Pretty cool. grin

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I have Gilels’ almost-complete box set of Beethoven sonatas. I think when he repeats the exposition of the Pathetique sonata, you can hear a couple pages quickly flip back. It’s been a while since I listened, so I’ll have to report back later today.

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.....About Gilels/Pathetique:
Very possible, of course, but just FWIW: I checked a couple of the recordings on youtube and I don't hear anything like that (maybe it was another recording), and I did hear him play the piece "live" and he didn't use the score.

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Not a page turn but there is a recording in which I can hear the pianist breathing and it is strong enough to bother me when I listen.

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For the Schnabel recording, I like to imagine who was knocking on the studio door, and what the followup might have been that didn't get into the recording, such as:

"Mr. Schabel, you're wife's on the phone...she wants you to stop at the A&P on the way home from the studio..."

or:

"Hey Arthur -- the pizza's here! Your share is two bits!

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about the ballade, yes it's clearly audible. It could be a page turn. But the page turns in my own recordings sound much louder and slightly longer. And I would expect a lot of page turns in this piece so where are the other turns then?

BTW nice playing. It does not disturb me.


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