[f_minor] A worthy successor to Glenn's way of conduction?
jorgen.lundmark at mypost.se
Fri May 15 04:53:39 MDT 2015
I was too hasty. This is apparently not Stefan Hussong, but it is a very
good version too. The added ornamentation should have alerted me to the
difference. Those who wants to hear someone playing "straight", like
Gould, on accordion should seek out Hussong on Thorofon. He is available
on the Naxos site, at least in Sweden. There you can find no less than
five complete versions.
> 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
> first variation.
> 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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