[f_minor] GG's birthday
rubatoatm at gmail.com
Mon Oct 27 14:57:31 MDT 2014
Pat, my teacher Yehuda Guttman did not like much of Mozart's music, unlike
most of the rest of the world. Yehuda thought that it was the
music of a "young mind" and if he had lived a longer life there would have
been more complex music..I don't agree with him since I love
so many of Mozart's melodies...
On Wed, Sep 24, 2014 at 12:43 PM, Pat <pzumst at bluewin.ch> wrote:
> Hi all
> I would like to second Our Mary’s motion. I wanna see Mr. Gould rant about
> Mozart. There must be a way to do it somehow. Maybe we can crowdfund for
> the copyright or a limited license or summet ? Who brings the arrow root
> cookies if I bring along some Poland Water for the screening ?
> My gift ? Either form or mathematics, depends on your point of view. Yet I
> must point out this is NOT a GG recording:
> *From:* maryellen jensen <maryellenjensen28 at hotmail.com>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, September 23, 2014 11:59 PM
> *To:* f_minor at glenngould.org
> *Subject:* [f_minor] GG's birthday
> Our Glenn Gould is looking forward to yet another birthday in a day or
> two - depending on where you live on the globe.
> Time to begin sharing presents.
> *I ask The Glenn Gould Foundation to host an internet screening of Gould's
> rarely seen "How Mozart Became A Bad Composer" on their website. I know
> they can ask for the rights for a screening (from The Paley Center for
> Media in NYC). It can be done. So do it.*
> My present? Colours.
> Les couleurs du Moyen-Âge
> par Michel Pastoureau Conférences en ligne
> Colour. Those pearly notes of Gould's all over his Bach - contrasting with
> the flashes of white, yellow, red, blue, brown, black.
> best I can do at the moment,
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