The wonderful, lyrical opening to the composer's concerto K191, with a lungful full of helium. It sounds incredible...
Experience the horror of any accompanist's worst nightmare, a roll of pages that simply won't behave.
During a recital of some rather lush-sounding Debussy, violinist Patrycja Piekutowska reached a crucial moment, a high tremolo.
Unfortunately, that coincided with a nasty page-turn for her accompanist, Maria Szwajger-Kulakowska. And poor Maria, try as she might, came a cropper and unfurled literally yards of sheet music onto the floor.
Marvel at the awkwardness and hilarity: