[f_minor] A worthy successor to Glenn's way of conduction?
jorgen.lundmark at mypost.se
Thu May 14 16:39:11 MDT 2015
Yes, Hussong is amazing. It seems likely that he has been listening to
Gould's 1981 recording. At least that's what I hear in for example the
Those clips with the Netherlands Bach Society are amazincg. I didn't
know about that site -- thanks! In my opinion they're the very best
choir/ensemble when it comes to Bach.
2015-05-15 00:15 skrev maryellen jensen:
> To Marius;
> There are some kindred souls who won't mind that I passed this on to
> you and your 'someofbach' site project.
> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbR6M3RI_fU 
> And the Saint Saens project is a great idea.
> Date: Thu, 14 May 2015 22:46:40 +1000
> From: mh at coomans.com
> To: f_minor at glenngould.org
> Subject: [f_minor] A worthy successor to Glenn's way of conduction?
> I've been working on a website of Bach's performances, someofbach.com
>  , which is a bit tongue in cheek, as those of you who follow the
> excellent allofbach.com  will realise.
> Anyway, I was looking to contrast Glenn Gould's interpretation of
> BWV54 with a modern day "original instruments" version. Apart from the
> gorgeous video and audio, and a terrific rendition by Maarten
> Engeltjes, the mannerisms of Lars Ulrik Mortensen strike me as a "chip
> of the old block"...
> http://someofbach.com/blog/ 
> Marius Coomans
>  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GbR6M3RI_fU
>  http://omeofbach.com
>  http://allofbach.com
>  http://someofbach.com/blog/
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