livio_marangon at yahoo.it
Thu Apr 22 13:01:04 EDT 2010
...but in Glenn Gould Foundation Magazine Volume 4, Number 1 (http://glenngould.ca/magazine/), is written among other titles: 'Sketch for a cadenza for Mozart's Concerto No. 24 in C Minor, K. 491 (1958)': does anybody know whether this sketch has something to do with the cadenza which Gould actually plays?
Da: michael macelletti <mmacelletti at sbcglobal.net>
A: f_minor at glenngould.org; gail paynter <gmadoodat at hotmail.com>
Inviato: Lun 19 aprile 2010, 16:08:09
Oggetto: [f_minor] cadenza
does anyone know if the cadenza for the first mmt. of the 24 th mozart concerto ( gould's ) is in print ? or obtainable ? it really is quite interesting. the only other one which of equal interest is the lipatti ( with karajan ) cadenza for the 21 st. ( from 1950 or 51 ) . the lipatti might even be a little more inspired. every other pianist else seems to become overwhelmed by the close proximity to mozart's writing, and then tries to over do it to compensate for the inadequacy. they become too filled with themselves, losing the joy of mozart's writing. gould and lipatti maintain it , in different ways, quite nicely. which is no mean feat ! a rather lofty height !
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