[f_minor] Gould 50/50 and NYT photo
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Kpapademas at aol.com
Mon Sep 27 10:31:52 EDT 2010
Mary, Stefy and all -
It is interesting that the GGF's web site's color theme is "red"
(..."bright colors of any kind"... NOT!)! How about using the color tones that GG
liked? Blue, Gray - just look at the colors of the clothing he wore (outside
that red sweater!)!
And speaking of photographs - it would be nice to release all the
photographs taken of GG (and are they sitting somewhere in a Sony warehouse??) and
publish them [nice way to raise royalty money for the Salvation Army and the
Toronto Humane Society, the beneficiaries he chose for his will].
In a message dated 9/27/2010 8:09:05 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
stefyz71 at gmail.com writes:
Hi Mary and all,
thanks for the THS valuable info, I feel even wor$e feelings now...
As for the Gigli's photo I found it in a couple of sites and saved it on
my HD a couple of years ago while I was searching in every hidden corner of
the google images pages, manually altering the query scripts...
It was "singular" 'cause I remember that I was just reading in those days
the Kazdin's book (creative lying) and my thoughts obiouvsly went
immediately to the universally known GG bright colors hate, especially red color...
I also recall now that there is also an artwork made from that photo too
anyway I didn't bookmark those pages so here they go:
----- Original Message -----
From: _maryellen jensen_ (mailto:maryellenjensen28 at hotmail.com)
To: _f_minor at glenngould.org_ (mailto:f_minor at glenngould.org)
Sent: Monday, September 27, 2010 12:25 AM
Subject: [f_minor] Gould 50/50 and NYT photo
Hello Stephanie, what I spoke to the Canadian tuba player about at the
Swiss bus stop was the Last Will and Testament of Glenn Gould as reported by
Mr. Stephen Posen who was Gould's lawyer and who is the present Director of
the Glenn Gould Estate although there is also considerable participation
from certain representatives of $ony Cla$$ical Mu$ic now in the picture as
well. The Canadian tuba player told me that he plays for The Salvation Army
Band. The Salvation Army receives 50% of Gould's fortune, the other 50%
going to The Toronto Humane Society for the Protection of Animals.
Kate, you have seen that photo before. Have a look at the cd cover from
your Original Jacket Collection disc no. 17 Bach Partitas 3, 4, 7. "Cover
photo Columbia Records Photo Studio - Henry Parker".
Speaking of photos, it's the rarely seen Ormond Gigli photo of Gould in a
fire engine red sweater that commands a certain amount of attention. Of
course, my pleasure:
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