Glenn Gould: The Performer in the Work: A Study in Performance Practice

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LIST OF GOULD PERFORMANCES CITED
THE FOLLOWING IS a list of all of the performances by Glenn Gouldconcerts, studio recordings, radio and television broadcasts, films--that are referred to in this book and that have been made available to the public; it includes commercial releases on LP, CD, videotape, and laserdisc, as well as performances preserved on acetate discs in the NLC. (Not all of the commercial releases are necessarily in print at the present time, however.) The list also includes three posthumous commercial recordings of works composed by Gould.Only performances of complete works or movements are listed, not the shorter excerpts that Gould occasionally played in his broadcasts, films, and recorded interviews.All Gould performances are on the piano unless otherwise specified.For performances released on CD in Sony Classical's Glenn Gould Edition (GGE, 1992-7), and/or on videotape and laserdisc in Sony Classical's Glenn Gould Collection (GGC, 1992-4), I simply note the relevant series and volume numbers. These comprehensive series--the official Gouldopera omnia--are readily available internationally and are likely to remain in print indefinitely; for these reasons, I do not provide cataloguing numbers, details about original LP releases, or other discographic information for performances contained therein. I do, however, provide cataloguing numbers and release dates for those performances available only on labels other than Sony Classical or on acetate discs in the NLC, though in these cases I cite only the particular release I consulted, not whatever alternatives may exist. (Some of Gould's concert and broadcast performances appeared posthumously on CD from as many as half a dozen different labels.) This list, in other words, is intended to reveal the sources I used and to point readers interested in finding a particular recorded performance in the right direction; it is not intended to duplicate detailed information already available in published Gould discographies.If I refer at various points in the book to all or most of the works in a series or set-- Bach WTC, Mozart's sonatas, Brahms's Intermezzi--I give a single citation for the whole set in order to simplify the list, especially where the whole set appears on a single CD or boxed set in the GGE. To locate discussions of specific performances in the text, see the references to individual composers and works in the index.As of this writing, the GGE comprises eight untitled volumes (totalling more than seventy CDs), and I cite them here simply as 'i' to 'viii'. The GGC comprises sixteen tided volumes, each a little less than an hour in length; I cite them here simply as 'i' to 'xvi'. A list of tides for each volume follows:
GGC i: Prologue
GGC ii: Sonatas and Dialogues
GGC iii: End of Concerts
GGC iv: So You Want to Write a Fugue?
GGC v: The Conductor

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • PREFACE AND ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents xiii
  • CONTENTS OF CD xiv
  • LIST OF PLATES xv
  • Contents xvi
  • NOTES ON FORMAT xviii
  • Abbreviations xxii
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - PREMISSES 9
  • 1 - Aesthetics and Repertoire 11
  • 2 - The Role of the Performer 36
  • 3 - Performance as Discourse 85
  • Part II - PRACTICES 129
  • 4 - Gould and the Piano 131
  • 5 - Counterpoint 142
  • 6 - Rhythm 160
  • 7 - Dynamics 204
  • 8 - Articulation and Phrasing 215
  • 9 - Ornamentation 228
  • 10 - Recording Technology 238
  • Conclusion 253
  • LIST OF GOULD PERFORMANCES CITED 269
  • BIBLIOGRAPHY. 277
  • Index 291
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