4 edition of Glenn Gould, music & mind found in the catalog.
Glenn Gould, music & mind
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When he went swimming, he insisted on wearing long rubber gloves that extended past his elbows. In addition, of all artists he has been the most frank in discussing the manipulative and transforming procedures used in making recordings. Now, I don't want to stand in the way of your sanctimoniousness, but I believe that documentary evidence weighs in as the only proof of historical fact. Our relationship was, among other things, quite sexual.
Gould's piano teacher, Alberto Guerrerohad encouraged Gould to practice " finger tapping ", which required very slowly tapping the fingers of the playing hand with the free hand. Bazzana, which I have a Glenn Gould of, has researched the documentation which shows that Gould's parents were married as Herbert and Florrie Gold, subsequently, either informally or formally, changed to Gould. It may well be this internal compulsion which explains his notorious habit of singing as he plays, a habit which has required the use of special recording techniques to minimize the resultant intrusive noise and which is still the continuing cause of much negative critical comment. On a more self-conscious level, Gould is a calculating thinker whose decisions, though arising out of fundamental musicality, are informed by a streak of healthy perversity. Indeed, it opens up many avenues of speculation, which to me is the glory of the book.
But music & mind book before he was born, according to her niece, Jessie Greig, "she did play music all the time she was carrying Glenn, with the hope that he was going to be a classical pianist. It is not that Gould takes more liberties with the pulse or always plays faster than Schnabel; it is rather that the liberties he does take intrude themselves on the listener by their unexpectedness. Ostwald died before he could further develop his theory. Ostwald undoubtedly comes as close as anyone to making the main pieces fit. In the former case the composer supposedly has a mental image of the music prior to its realization in sound; in the latter instance the active sense stimuli are It is this world, in effect, into which Gould was taking his own tentative steps.
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For example, why did Gould retire from live performance? Musicians and the public generally consider him an Glenn Gould, if brilliant, pianist, a baffling, if sincere, radio and television personality, and a provocative commentator on such subjects as music and technology.
Of the current generation, Glenn Gould has been without doubt the most interesting—in every meaning of that valuable word—pianist the public has heard. Anti-semitism in connection with Gould's name motivated some of Glenn Gould hostility, even though he was born a Presbyterian and married an Episcopalian.
He has recorded all the solo keyboard sonatas of Mozart, and of Beethoven all the concertos and fourteen piano sonatas as well. He felt that he music & mind book realize a musical score more fully this way.
Payzant is a strong music & mind book for the opinions of his subject and he uses anecdotes, which would normally be passed off with a smile, to make telling points. The record is now in the catalog of Sony Classical Records. Gould famously could not prevent himself from singing along when he played.
Bazzana writes that "it is tempting to assume that Gould was asexual, an image that certainly fits his aesthetic and the persona he sought to convey, and one can read the whole Gould literature and be convinced that he died a virgin"—but he also mentions that evidence points to "a number of relationships with women that may or may not have been platonic and ultimately became complicated and were ended".
It was another commercial success. Gould moved to the Park Lane Apartments in and lived there until he died in at the age of The pianist has not been bashful in urging recorded music as the wave of the future, replacing the old-fashioned and moribund concert atmosphere with a medium in which music can find continued and new life.
Yet Gould continues to fascinate, beyond his reputation for reclusive, eccentric behavior, olympic pill-popping, and provocative remarks. In seeming contrast to his geniality, open-mindedness and modernism, Gould's remarks on jazz and other popular music were mostly uninterested or oblique.
One can deflect one's activity to some other goal more easily within reach. He noted down physical pains, loss of control, and half-cocked self-cures, which turned out to provide only temporary relief. This is a nice article; it gives what is probably an appropriate amount of space to Gould's composing.
Inserting the words 'from Gold' would help clarify the paragraph, and not require the reader to read later in the sentence to understand the earlier part. Each group chose different points based on their relationship to music, but none was wholly successful.
Fundamentally an instinctual musician, he had to build Talmudic intellectual justifications not only for his interpretations, but for his repertoire itself.
He enjoyed the phone so much that he outfitted his car with one of the first mobile models on the market. He is buried next to his parents in Toronto's Mount Pleasant Cemetery section 38, rowplot Ostwald talks about Gould's germ phobia, instilled in him by his over-protective mother, and expressed in his hypochondria, large private pharmacy, and practice of armoring himself in layers of heavy clothes.
Among other things, he turned seclusion into publicity — an exhibitionistic recluse. The institution of the public concert, he felt, degenerated into the "blood sport" with which he struggled, and which he ultimately rejected.
He often hummed or sang while he played, and his audio engineers were not always successful in excluding his voice from recordings. Why do you privilege Friedrich's narrative over Bazzana's?Jun 05, · Gould’s version, issued just days before his death from music & mind book stroke at 50 in Octoberelectrified the classical music world nearly as much as his classic recording had.
That first Author: Anthony Tommasini. Two-week tour of the Soviet Union, making Glenn Gould the first North American pianist to appear since the death of Stalin: three scheduled concerts in Moscow (May music & mind book, 8, and 11), three in Leningrad (May 14, 16, and 18), and unscheduled lecture-recitals on the music of the Second Viennese School at the conservatories in both cities (May 12 and 19).
Jonathan Cott, the great interviewer, did a book length conversation with Gould- and it is a great read. You don't even have to know 'classical music' to enjoy their conversation. Plus the fact that Gould hates the Beatles yet adores the music of Tony Hatch and Petulia Clark ("Downtown") is such a great head scratcher.
Gould is the late king of /5.Glenn Herbert Gould   (September 25, – October pdf, ) was a Canadian pianist noted especially pdf his recordings of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, remarkable technical proficiency, unorthodox musical philosophy, and eccentric personality and piano magicechomusic.com is one of the best known and most celebrated pianists of the twentieth magicechomusic.com name: Glenn Herbert Gold.Apr 01, · The Secret Life of Glenn Gould download pdf be the first true exposé of Gould, who until now has been assumed to be asexual, lonely, and egocentric, by examining his love and soul-mate relationships.
His music was twelve-tonal and his documentaries “contrapuntal” – both were filled with overlapping voices – and so was his private life.3/5(1).Ebook 02, · 5 Hours of Glenn Gould Outtakes. Why? includes five discs with all of Gould’s takes; a thick book of photos, documents, articles and that interview with Mr.
Scott; and an page guide Author: Anthony Tommasini.