Some web sites and pages related to the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould
- The Glenn Gould
Foundation and its (old) contrapuntal
- GG at the
National Library of Canada (archived).
the oldest GG mailing list—(un)subscribe,
change password or other options, etc. The list was created and
hosted at Rutgers for many years by Mary Jo Watts. In April 2010, it
moved here to glenngould.org, and thanks to Mary Jo and the Rutgers
administrators, all the previous subscribers have been re-added. Current archives, older archives 1996-2009.
entry for GG.
- Nice to meet you Glenn!,
the first fan-made documentary on Glenn Gould, led by pianist Alida Altemburg and directed by
Alberto Collini. Some interviews are available.
The project can be supported on
- Unheard Notes: Glenn
Gould Interviews (more
- Further North,
a blog by Penny Johnson, Canadian pianist and teacher.
Gould's entry at the Encyclopedia of Music in Canada (including
- Glenn Gould, Spliced: Investigating the Filmmaking Analogy, an
article by Garreth P. Broesche (Music Theory Online, vol.22, no.4,
December 2016), discussing Gould's 1982 studio process of recording of
the Brahms Ballade op.10, no.1, investigating every insert (splice), in
light of Gould's frequent statements about using recording in a way
analogous to a filmmaker creating a film.
- A Glenn Gould
Tour of Toronto, by Michael Davidson.
A few recordings, books, movies, exhibitions:
Drawings, images, inspirations:
- A series of reflective essays on GG by Julian Rangel, in Spanish:
- Some photos by Katherine P, ca.2008:
- Original drawing
by Maria Tauriainen.
- Original drawing4 and drawing7 by Vincent Thivet-Dargère.
- Original drawings,
by Heidemarie Schäfer.
Phone Fetishist, the Glenn Gould Factor, by Margie Borschke.
- Images from the Goldberg
Variations/Strauss limited edition cd, courtesy of Bradley Lehman.
- An unusual rendition of the fugue in f
minor from WTK book II, from Iori Fujita.
I'm happy to add more GG-related links. Just email me.