Vladimir Horowitz ‎– Horowitz In Recital

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RCA Victor Red Seal ‎– LM-1957
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A1 Variations On A Theme By Clara Wieck
Composed By – Schumann*
A2 Sonata In E, L.23
Composed By – Scarlatti*
A3 Mazurka In B-Flat Minor, Op.24, No.4
Composed By – Chopin*
A4 Polanaise-Fantasie, Op.61
Composed By – Chopin*
B1 Sonata In E-Flat, Op.78
Composed By – Haydn*
B2 Intermezzo In B-Flat Minor, Op.117, No.2
Composed By – Brahms*
B3 Etincelles
Composed By – Moszkowski*
B4 Prelude Op.11, No.5 In D
Composed By – Scriabin*
B5 Prelude Op.22, No.1 In G-Sharp Minor
Composed By – Scriabin*
B6 Stars And Stripes Forever
Composed By – Sousa*Transcription By – Horowitz*

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1st pressing with Plum labels, re-released later with "Red Seal" labels that have "Long 33⅓ Play" on bottom edge Horowitz In Recital

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ratskins

August 12, 2019

Yes, the Horowitz performance is good. As always. However, for a live performance this has a shocking amount of intolerable crowd noise. I'm OK with clapping and misc sounds. But the entirety of side two has someone coughing up their lungs as if they are a tuberculosis victim. Also, a number of minutes on side two have the same problem. A smart record company would have said, "We can't release this. Let's try again at the next concert". Why didn't they remove the person from the concert hall? Why didn't they stop the show until he composed himself? Didn't the guy feel badly? If it was me I would have left the auditorium. So many questions. To top it off, the microphone placement accentuated the problem. I really like the Scarlatti sonata on this album . . . but I just can't listen to it!