[f_minor] Latecomers

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Tue May 8 06:46:03 PDT 2012

Hi Jeff - good suggestions from Pat. Also, check out 
>From Words and Music: Camus, Beckett, Cage, Gould by Deborah Fillerup  
p. 122 talks about The Latecomers and Gould's  approach. Maybe the 
references to this book might contain either what you are  looking for or close to 
Or, play the Latecomers and let the software Dragon Speech capture the  
words for you! [more fun and a good test for that software's ability to grab 
the  contrapuntal speech!].
In a message dated 5/8/2012 4:25:52 A.M. Central Daylight Time,  
pzumst at bluewin.ch writes:

Dear  Jeffrey et all

It always irritates me when I ask someone a question and  don't get a 
My suggestions will not help you much since a  transcript of Latercomers is 
not available online as it seems since  GoogleBing did not come up with 
something adequate.

I suggest  trying the following:

1) I was under the impression that the CBC did  make transcripts of GG’s 
docudramas, maybe some GG collector still has  one. And there are a few of 
them round here. Maybe the CBC also has an  archive with material available 
to scholars or the general public for  educational use
2) Former list owner Mary Jo Watts wrote her thesis on Idea  of North and 
definetly has a transcript of that. She is still round here  or at f_minor’
FB page and might provide a few suggestions.
3) F_minor  has an archive, maybe you might find something there. You are 
the  first person making inquiries about transcripts of these docudramas. 
Just  take your time, the archive is a bit irritating at first to navigate
4) The  National Library of Canada holds GG’s papers here:  
http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/glenngould/index-e.html . Maybe they  
provide a facsimile of a CBC or other manuscript, perhaps even one  with GG’
scribbled notes.
3) A long shot, bu since his docudramas also  touch anthropology, 
the Canadian Museum of Civilisation here  might be an idea:
4) My native country  has a national catalogue for university libraries. If 
Canada and / or the  US have something similar I would try that database, 
knows, something  might pop up

Not much, but better than nothing I  reckon.

Landscape  Windscreen – Fractal Zoom videos, Ambient  music:

-----Ursprüngliche  Nachricht----- 
From: Porter, Jeffrey L
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2012 8:07  PM
To: f_minor at glenngould.org
Subject: [f_minor] Latecomers

Dear  all,

Does any one know if a transcript of Gould's middle Solitude doc  (The 
Latecomers) is available online?

Many thanks,

Jeff  Porter
University of Iowa  

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