(Western Art Music Survey, 1750-1950: Week V -- Beethoven)
I think archive.org had that for download, or some other similar Living Stereo promo film. There's also a promo film for the ill-fated stereo tape cassette from that same era. It was a cool technology but never caught on. They're a hoot to watch, especially given the mid-century lifestyle accoutrements of the day. (I mean, how many of us today put on our dress shirt and slacks, or cocktail dress, to listen to records at home? ) You'll enjoy it!Saturday 3/27/21 Turner Classic Movies will show the short promotional video Living Stereo at 2:15 am PDT. RCA Victor introduces their stereophonic phonograph record innovation, explaining the fundamentals of one-track recording. Should be amusing. DVR set. 8 minutes.
For "Prelude No. 2," the left hand has to stretch by an octave and a minor third (C# to E in the next octave). I can just reach that. (I remember it being a bit painful all those years ago; nowadays the pain is from arthritis! )