Bach, Glenn Gould, Zenph Re-Performance - The Goldberg Variations, 1955 Performance album download
|Stereo Surround Version|
|The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988|
|4||Variation 3, Canon On The Unison||0:55|
|7||Variation 6, Canon On The Second||0:34|
|10||Variation 9, Canon On The Third||0:38|
|11||Variation 10, Fughetta||0:43|
|13||Variation 12, Canon On The Fourth||0:56|
|16||Variation 15, Canon On The Fifth||2:17|
|17||Variation 16, Ouverture||1:17|
|19||Variation 18, Canon On The Sixth||0:46|
|22||Variation 21, Canon On The Seventh||1:42|
|23||Variation 22, Alla Breve||0:42|
|25||Variation 24, Canon On The Octave||0:57|
|28||Variation 27, Canon On The Ninth||0:50|
|31||Variation 30, Quodlibet||0:48|
|32||Aria Da Capo||2:11|
|Binaural Stereo Version|
|The Goldberg Variations, BWV 988|
|36||Variation 3, Canon On The Unison||0:55|
|39||Variation 6, Canon On The Second||0:34|
|42||Variation 9, Canon On The Third||0:38|
|43||Variation 10, Fughetta||0:43|
|45||Variation 12, Canon On The Fourth||0:56|
|48||Variation 15, Canon On The Fifth||2:17|
|49||Variation 16, Ouverture||1:17|
|51||Variation 18, Canon On The Sixth||0:46|
|54||Variation 21, Canon On The Seventh||1:42|
|55||Variation 22, Alla Breve||0:42|
|57||Variation 24, Canon On The Octave||0:57|
|60||Variation 27, Canon On The Ninth||0:50|
|63||Variation 30, Quodlibet||0:48|
|64||Aria Da Capo||2:11|
- Record Company – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Copyright (c) – Sony BMG Music Entertainment
- Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Engineer – Peter Cook , Richard King
- Piano – Glenn Gould
- Producer – Steven Epstein*
NotesRecorded September 25-26, 2006 at Glenn Gould Studio, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Edited and mixed at Sony Music Studios
This recording was made directly to DSD utilizing the Sonoma Digital System.
Original Recording: June 10, 14 & 16, 1955 at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (scanned): 886970335027
- Barcode (text): 8 8697-03350-2 7
Bach: The Goldberg Variations is the 1955 debut album of Canadian classical pianist Glenn Gould. An interpretation of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations (BWV 988), the work launched Gould's career as a renowned international pianist, and became one of the most well-known piano recordings. Sales were "astonishing" for a classical album: it was reported to have sold 40,000 copies by 1960, and had sold more than 100,000 by the time of Gould's death in 1982.
Original Recording: June 10, 14 & 16, 1955 at Columbia 30th Street Studio, New York City.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from The Goldberg Variations 1955 Performance: Zenph Re-Performance (2007) by Glenn Gould. This album has an average beat per minute of 78 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/88 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist The Goldberg Variations 1955 Performance: Zenph Re-Performance. 1. Aria (stereo surround version).
BWV988 Aria - Bach Goldberg Variations Glenn Gould 1955 Performance: Zenph Re-performance. BACKGROUND Glenn Gould's debut album of Bach's Goldberg Variations was recorded in June 1955. The Columbia LP quickly became one of the most. Glenn Gould plays extracts from Bach's Aria with 30 Variations BWV 988 also known as ""The Goldberg Variations"". Broadcast by CBC on 3rd June 1964. GlennGouldVEVO в 2017.
Glenn Gould's debut album of Bach's Goldberg Variations was recorded in June 1955. The Columbia LP quickly became one of the most revered piano recordings ever made and Gould became the most famous classical artist of the day. His exciting, unorthodox new way of playing Bach left listeners awestruck and critics around the world hailing him as a genius. But until recently this iconic album was limited by the dated recording technology of its time. On September 25, 2006, history was made again. The Zenph re-performance is a revelation in its clarity, depth, and vibrancy. Gould seems to play at an almost inhuman speed and yet with complete accuracy. The 30 variations dazzle the listener with their inventiveness and variety.
Glenn Gould's 1955 recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations marks the commercial debut for the process; other piano discs, both classical and jazz, are on the way. The attractions of a modernized version of the Gould performance are clear: the original, still in print in several different forms, is one of the most famous recordings of the twentieth century, a complete rethinking of Bach's towering summation of the variation form as he knew it and gleeful infusion of his contrapuntal art into a form that was thought to be. primarily about instrumental display. EAC extraction logfile from 10. January 2019, 17:12. Glenn Gould, Zenph Studios, Zenph Re-Performance of Glenn Gould's 1955 Goldbergs. Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GP65NW60 Adapter: 1 ID: 1. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.