[f_minor] A new Italian Concerto No.2
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Sun Aug 10 09:42:15 MDT 2014
I love that piece of music, and like GG, have studied it since I was a
child. It is so cheerful, to play and to hear.
On Sat, Aug 9, 2014 at 4:41 AM, Pat <pzumst at bluewin.ch> wrote:
> Hi all
> Isn’t Glenn Gould making a few brief cameo appearences in Gödel, Escher
> Bach ? I seem to remember his name coming up when I tried to read that book
> – but sadly failed coz I is 2 stupid 2 grok this. Gödel, Escher, Bach will
> definetly trip you out, but in a good way. Infinity loops, fractals,
> Moebius strips, the Krabbenkanon and a turtle falling through the grooves
> of a Bach recording:
> *From:* 藤田 伊織 <mocfujita at aol.com>
> *Sent:* Saturday, August 9, 2014 3:19 AM
> *To:* Robert Merkin <bobmerk at earthlink.net>
> *Cc:* Discussion of the Canadian pianist Glenn Gould.
> <f_minor at glenngould.org>
> *Subject:* Re: [f_minor] A new Italian Concerto No.2
> Hello! Bob,
> I have not got any chilly replies from f_minor. No, I got only two replies.
> I am glad to get them.
> 2014/08/07 3:19、Robert Merkin <bobmerk at earthlink.net> のメール：
> Hello Iori --
> I am very much enjoying your Italian Concerto. Thanks!
> You may have been surprised at f_minor's chilly replies.
> Thanks also for the image of the sheet music. You might be interested in
> an analysis of the symmetry and mathematical architecture of Chopin's piano
> compositions in the book "Metamagical Themas" by Douglas Hofstadter (who
> also wrote "Godel, Escher, Bach"). You can see the original Chopin essay
> I read "Godel, Escher, Bach”, and I was so impressed that I started
> writing Goldberg stories on HP.
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