[f_minor] RES: Celebrating Gould in 2012
neil at thump.org
Wed Mar 9 09:22:34 EST 2011
Well its a virtuoso piece and not the kind of thing I would imagine him
wanting to play.
Curiously he was talking to Jamie Laredo about recording the two Busoni
2011/3/9 JOSÉ MARCUS DE CASTRO MATTOS <jmcastromattos at uol.com.br>
> A QUESTION:
> WHY GG NEVER PLAYED THE "CHACONNE" (PARTITA N. 02, BWV 1004, BACH-BUSONI)?
> JOSÉ MARCUS DE CASTRO MATTOS
> (RIO DE JANEIRO, BRASIL)
> -----Mensagem original-----
> De: f_minor-bounces at glenngould.org [mailto:f_minor-bounces at glenngould.org]
> Em nome de Neil Tingley
> Enviada em: quarta-feira, 9 de março de 2011 06:12
> Para: Discussion of the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.
> Assunto: Re: [f_minor] Celebrating Gould in 2012
> On Tue, 8 Mar 2011 18:22:03 -0500, James Atkins Pritchard
> <jamesatkinspritchard at gmail.com> wrote:
> > There are some wonderful ideas here, especially the multimedia stage
> > adaption of "The Idea of North".
> > A few other thoughts:
> > -a performance of the the Gould String Quartet
> > -aren't there some Gould transcriptions (e.g. Strauss) that have never
> > performed?
> > -a performance of Hindemith's "Das Marienleben" (Gould loved this work)
> > -a performance of Strauss's "Enoch Arden"
> > -a recital of early English keyboard music (e.g. Bull, Byrd, Gibbons)
> > played
> > on the piano
> > -a piano recital including Wagner's Siegfried Idyll (and perhaps also
> > Meistersinger Overture)
> But performances / concerts Gould hated, so recordings played to an
> audience would be better ?
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