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The Pollini Project – charting the development of piano music from Bach to Boulez

Maurizio Pollini, appearing as part of the International Piano Series at London’s South Bank, will perform five recitals between January and May of music from Bach to modernism, described as “personal journey through four centuries of piano repertoire”. Read more >>

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Author Topic: Sped up Recordings (Whoops, posted this twice. Ignore :/)  (Read 311 times)
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« on: May 01, 2016, 07:47:42 PM »

Are there any famous examples of sped up classical recordings? I am not too experienced in the science of recording piano, and the techniques that can make sped up performances happen; how can one tell if a recording is actually edited in this way?

My favorite interpretation of the Liszt etudes is done by Yukio Yokoyama, though I recently read some youtube comments stating it's likely sped up, though they could just be trying to disparage his technique. What do you think?

Here's a Yokoyama recording of Feux Follets
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