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  • MEMBRAN 10-CD Box Set 232851: Glenn Gould plays Bach, etc. - 2009 GERMANY SEALED 4011222328519

MEMBRAN 10-CD Box Set 232851: Glenn Gould plays Bach, etc. - 2009 GERMANY SEALED 4011222328519

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This item is FACTORY SEALED, from 2009! The defining moment of Glenn Gould's career came in 1964 when, at the age of 31, he withdrew from all public performance. The move was viewed by audiences and critics as willful and bewildering, and was seen as evidence that despite his demonstrably supreme artistry he was, in the argot of the common man, a nut.But, as George Szell once said of him, "That nut [was] a genius." In his short international career, which spanned only 24 years, Glenn Gould changed the way the music world thought about performance practice, recording, and the music of Johann Sebastian Bach.Glenn Gould was born to comfortable middle-class parents in Toronto in 1932. A pampered only child, Gould demonstrated his remarkable talents quite early and in 1943 entered the Toronto Conservatory of Music, where he quickly came to the attention of its director, Sir Ernest MacMillan. On MacMillan's recommendation, Gould was taken on as a student by the Chilean-born pedagogue Alberto Guerrero, whose own style was partly the basis for Gould's own sensitive touch. Gould once described Guerrero's keyboard technique as not so much striking the keys as "pulling them down." The other influence on Gould's technique was his experience playing the organ, wherein the tracker action is particularly responsive to variations in finger pressure.Gould made his debut at the age of 16, playing Beethoven's fourth piano concerto in Toronto. He followed this triumph with tours across Canada and frequent broadcast performances over the CBC, introducing him to the studio enviroment which would remain a focus of his life thereafter. Gould leaped into international acclaim, in fact, through a studio production: his now-legendary 1955 Columbia Masterworks recording of Bach's Goldberg Variations. This recording, which has never been out of print in the 50 years since its first release, established Gould as a performer who combined penetrating insight (his Goldberg Variations was nothing short of a complete rethinking of the piece) and artistic daring with daunting technical prowess.Gould's immediate fame brought international demand, and he responded with worldwide concert appearances; he met these with considerable reluctance, however, and quickly gained a reputation for last-minute cancellations. His dislike of performing in public, of being "looked at" by audiences, allowed a natural tendency of hypochondria to blossom (it was a convenient cancellation excuse), and he soon became the habitue of specialists ranging from chiropractors to psychiatrists. Long before quitting the stage forever, Gould had made frequent threats to do so, so that his 1964 decision was no surprise to those who knew him.Following his withdrawal, Gould threw himself into a frenzy of recording, writing, and radio documentary production. His method of splicing together single performances from dozens of takes was initially viewed as something of an artistic fraud, though the technique was eventually adopted, in less exhaustive form, by the recording industry in subsequent years. His radio documentaries were less successful: a trilogy about life in Canada's northern territories combined multiple interviews in contrapuntal ways, an interesting idea that nevertheless rendered the sense of what was being said more or less unintelligible.Though plagued by many imaginary maladies, Gould suffered from a very real hypertension that eventually led to a massive stroke, which he suffered in 1982, and from which he never recovered. He died in Toronto General Hospital, one week after being stricken, on October 4, 1982, at age 50. - Mark SatolaBy the time of his fatal stroke in 1982, two days after he turned 50, the daring and visionary pianist, Glenn Gould, had successfully challenged many of the most cherished conventions of classical music. This 10 CD collection brings together some of his most important performances from the 1950s. Works include Bach's Goldberg Variations, Harpsichord Concerto, Well-Tempered Clavier, book 2, Italian Concerto & Symphonies, BWV787-801; Beethoven's Piano Concertos Nos. 1 – 3, Piano Sonatas Nos. 19 & 28, Six Variations, Eroica Variations; Berg's Sonata for Piano; Schoenberg's Three Piano Pieces, Suite for Piano and Piano Concerto and Webern's Variations for Piano.This listing is for a very rare, out of print Boxed Set of 10-CDs - a FACTORY SEALED and MINT condition set, PRESSED and ISSUED by MEMBRAN RECORDS of a highly collectible title from their catalog - a superb title featuring the music of -

Glenn Gould

10-CD Box Set Title -

Glenn Gould - Bach, Beethoven, Schoenberg, Webern, Berg

Track Listing:

Goldberg-Variationen, BWV 988 (42:29)         1-1 Aria 2:431-2 Variatio 1 A 1 Clav. 0:551-3 Variatio 2 A 1 Clav. 0:441-4 Variatio 3 A 1 Clav. Canone All'Unisono 1:181-5 Variatio 4 A 1 Clav. 0:351-6 Variatio 5 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 0:411-7 Variatio 6 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Seconda 0:461-8 Variatio 7 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 1:181-9 Variatio 8 A 2 Clav. 0:491-10 Variatio 9 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Terza 0:531-11 Variatio 10 A 1 Clav. Fughetta 0:521-12 Variatio 11 A 2 Clav. 0:521-13 Variatio 12 Canone Alla Quarta 1:211-14 Variatio 13 A 2 Clav. 2:591-15 Variatio 14 A 2 Clav. 1:031-16 Variatio 15 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Quinta. Andante 2:341-17 Variatio 16 A 1 Clav. Ouverture 1:381-18 Variatio 17 A 2 Clav. 0:531-19 Variatio 18 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Sesta 0:381-20 Variatio 19 A 1 Clav. 0:391-21 Variatio 20 A 2 Clav. 0:531-22 Variatio 21 Canone Alla Settima 1:141-23 Variatio 22 A 1 Clav. Alla Breve 0:411-24 Variatio 23 A 2 Clav. 0:581-25 Variatio 24 A 1 Clav. Canone All'Ottova 1:111-26 Variatio 25 A 2 Clav. 4:241-27 Variatio 26 A 2 Clav. 0:551-28 Variatio 27 A 2 Clav. Canone Alla Nona 0:491-29 Variatio 28 A 2 Clav. 0:591-30 Variatio 29 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 0:561-31 Variatio 30 A 1 Clav. Quodlibet 1:091-32 Aria Da Capo E Fine 4:24Goldberg-Variationen, BWV 988 (38:20)         2-1 Aria 1:532-2 Variatio 1 A 1 Clav. 0:452-3 Variatio 2 A 1 Clav. 0:382-4 Variatio 3 A 1 Clav. Canone All'Unisono 0:552-5 Variatio 4 A 1 Clav. 0:292-6 Variatio 5 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 0:372-7 Variatio 6 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Seconda 0:352-8 Variatio 7 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 1:082-9 Variatio 8 A 2 Clav. 0:462-10 Variatio 9 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Terza 0:382-11 Variatio 10 A 1 Clav. Fughetta 0:432-12 Variatio 11 A 2 Clav. 0:552-13 Variatio 12 Canone Alla Quarta 0:562-14 Variatio 13 A 2 Clav. 2:112-15 Variatio 14 A 2 Clav. 0:592-16 Variatio 15 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Quinta. Andante 2:172-17 Variatio 16 A 1 Clav. Ouverture 1:182-18 Variatio 17 A 2 Clav. 0:532-19 Variatio 18 A 1 Clav. Canone Alla Sesta 0:462-20 Variatio 19 A 1 Clav. 0:432-21 Variatio 20 A 2 Clav. 0:492-22 Variatio 21 Canone Alla Settima 1:422-23 Variatio 22 A 1 Clav. Alla Breve 0:422-24 Variatio 23 A 2 Clav. 0:552-25 Variatio 24 A 1 Clav. Canone All'Ottova 0:582-26 Variatio 25 A 2 Clav. 6:302-27 Variatio 26 A 2 Clav. 0:522-28 Variatio 27 A 2 Clav. Canone Alla Nona 0:502-29 Variatio 28 A 2 Clav. 1:112-30 Variatio 29 A 1 Ovvero 2 Clav. 1:002-31 Variatio 30 A 1 Clav. Quodlibet 0:492-32 Aria 2:15CembaloKonzert D-Moll, BWV 1052Conductor – Sir Ernest MacMillan Orchestra – Toronto Symphony Orchestra3-1 I. Allegro 8:133-2 II. Adagio 6:213-3 III. Allegro 8:02Wohltemperiertes Klavier, 2. Teil (Auszüge) 3-4 Präludium, Nr.14 Fis-Moll, BWV 883 3:493-5 Fuge, Nr.14 Fis-Moll, BWV 883 3:103-6 Präludium, Nr.7 Es-Dur, BWV 876 1:323-7 Fuge, Nr.7 Es-Dur, BWV 876 2:273-8 Präludium, Nr.22 b-Moll, BWV 891 2:573-9 Fuge, Nr.22 b-Moll, BWV 891 3:083-10 Präludium, Nr.9 E-Dur, BWV 878 3:083-11 Fuge, Nr.9 E-Dur, BWV 878 2:48Italiensches Konzert F-Dur, BWV 971 4-1 I. Allegro 3:484-2 II. Andante 5:104-3 III. Presto 3:08Sinfonien, BWV 787-801 4-4 Nr.1 C-Dur 0:454-5 Nr.2 C-Moll 2:004-6 Nr.5 Es-Dur 2:184-7 Nr.14 B-Dur 0:584-8 Nr.11 G-Moll 1:574-9 Nr.10 G-Dur 0:474-10 Nr.15 H-Moll 1:204-11 Nr.7 E-Moll 1:324-12 Nr.6 E-Dur 0:584-13 Nr.12 A-Dur 1:024-14 Nr.13 A-Moll 1:594-15 Nr.3 D-Dur 1:024-16 Nr.4 D-Moll 3:084-17 Nr.8 F-Dur 0:534-18 Nr.9 F-Moll 5:10Aus: Das Wohltemperierte Clavier II 4-19 Fuge Fis-Moll, BWV 883 3:184-20 Fuge E-Dur, BWV 878 4:18Klavierkonzert NR. 1 C-Dur, Op. 15Conductor – Sir Ernest MacMillan Orchestra – Toronto Symphony Orchestra5-1 I. Allegro Con Brio 12:525-2 II.Largo 11:305-3 III. Rondo: Allegro Scherzando 9:24Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 B-Dur, Op. 19Conductor – Sir Ernest MacMillan Orchestra – Toronto Symphony Orchestra5-4 I. Allegro Con Brio 13:035-5 II. Adagio 8:205-6 III. Rondo: Molto Allegro 5:51Klavierkonzert Nr. 1 C-Dur, Op.15Conductor – Vladimir Golschmann Orchestra – Columbia Symphony Orchestra6-1 I. Allegro Con BrioCadenza – Glenn Gould12:516-2 II. Largo 12:116-3 III. Rondo: Allegro ScherzandoCadenza – Glenn Gould9:07Klavierkonzert Nr. 2 B-Dur, Op.19Conductor – Leonard Bernstein Orchestra – Columbia Symphony Orchestra6-4 I. Allegro 13:006-5 II. Adagio 9:216-6 III. Rondo: Molto Allegro 5:33Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 C-Moll, Op. 37Conductor – Herbert von Karajan Orchestra – Berliner Philharmoniker7-1 I. Allegro Con Brio 16:217-2 II. Largo 9:257-3 III. Rondo: Allegro 9:28Sechs Bagatellen Op. 126 7-4 Nr. 1 G-Dur: Andante Con Moto 2:117-5 Nr. 2 G-Moll: Allegro 1:487-6 Nr. 3 Es-Dur: Andante 2:597-7 Nr. 4 B-Moll: Presto 3:207-8 Nr. 5 G-Dur: Quasi Allegretto 1:167-9 Nr. 6 Es-Dur: Andante Amabile E Con Moto 3:20Klavierkonzert Nr. 3 C-Moll, Op. 37Conductor – Dr. Heinz Unger Orchestra – CBC Symphony Orchestra8-1 I. Allegro Con Brio 15:258-2 II. Largo 8:138-3 III. Rondo: Allegro 8:37Klaviertrio D-Dur, Op. 71 „Geistertrio‟Cello – Zara NelsovaViolin – Alexander Schneider8-4 I. Allegro Vivace E Con Brio 6:498-5 II. Largo Assai Ed Espressivo 10:068-6 III. Presto 5:56Klaviersonate Nr. 19 G-Moll, Op.49,1 9-1 I. Andante 3:319-2 II. Rondo: Allegro 2:58Klaviersonate Nr. 28 A-Dur, Op. 101 9-3 I. Allegretto Ma Non Troppo 3:439-4 II. Vivace Alla Marcia 3:509-5 III. Adagio Ma Non Troppo, Con Affeto 8:45Sechs Variationen Über Ein Originalthema In F-Dur, Op.34 (11:56)         9-6a Tema: Adagio. Cantabile 9-6b Var. I 9-6c Var. II Allegro Ma Non Troppo 9-6d Var. III Allegretto 9-6e Var. IV Tempo Di Minuetto 9-6f Var. V Marcia: Allegretto 9-6g Var. VI Allegretto Fünfzehn Variationen Über Ein Originalthema In Es-Dur, Op. 35 „Eroica Variations‟ (21:47)         9-7a Introduzione Col Basso Del Tema: Allegretto 9-7b A Due 9-7c A Tre 9-7d A Quattro 9-7e Tema 9-7f Var. I-XV 9-7g Finale: Alla Fuga Sonate Für Klavier Op. 1 10-1 I. Mäßig Bewegt 11:11Drei Klavierstücke, Op. 11 10-2 I. Mäßig 4:0310-3 II. Mäßig 9:0510-4 III. Bewegt 2:17Suite Für Klavier Op. 25 10-5 I. Präeludium: Rasch 0:5310-6 II. Gavotte: Etwas Langsam, Nicht Hastig - Musette: Rascher - Gavotte Da Capo 3:0910-7 III. Intermezzo 4:0410-8 IV. Menuett: Moderato - Trio - Menuett Da Capo 3:2210-9 V. Gigue: Rasch 2:11Klavierkonzert Op. 42Conductor – Jean-Marie Beaudet Orchestra – CBC Symphony Orchestra10-10 I. Andante 4:3810-11 II. Molto Allegro 2:1710-12 III. Adagio 6:5810-13 IV. Giocoso. Moderato 5:52Variationen Für Klavier, Op. 27 10-14 I. Sehr Mäßig 1:3110-15 II. Sehr Schnell 0:3410-16 III. Ruhig Fließend 2:27

Other Information -

• Manufactured By – Membran Music Ltd.• Distributed By – Membran Music Ltd.• Composed By – Alban Berg (tracks: 10-1), Anton Webern (tracks: 10-14 to 10-16), Arnold Schönberg* (tracks: 10-2 to 10-13), Johann Sebastian Bach (tracks: 1-1 to 1-32, 2-1 to 2-32, 3-1 to 3-11 and 4-1 to 4-20), Ludwig van Beethoven (tracks: 5-1 to 5-6, 6-1 to 6-6, 7-1 to 7-9, 8-1 to 8-6 and 9-1 to 9-7g)• Piano – Glenn Gould1-1 to 1-32 recorded 19542-1 to 2-32 recorded 19553-1 to 3-3 recorded 19553-4 to 3-9 recorded 19543-10 to 3-11 recorded 19524-1 to 4-18 recorded 19554-19 to 4-20 recorded 19575-1 to 5-6 recording date unknown6-1 to 6-3 recorded 19586-3 to 6-6 recorded 19577-1 to 7-3 recorded 19577-4 to 7-9 recorded 19528-1 to 8-3 recorded 19558-4 to 8-6 recorded 19549-1 to 9-7g recorded 195210-1 to 10-16 recording date unknown• Barcode: 4011222328519• Label Code: LC 12281

The 10-CD Boxed Set is from the MEMBRAN RECORDS series of CDs.

Catalog # 232851CDs issued in 2009CDs made in GERMANY

The CDs, Box and Inserts are assumed to be in MINT condition as the set is FACTORY SEALED!!

This CD is an audiophile quality pressing (any collector of fine MFSL, half speeds, direct to discs, Japanese/UK pressings etc., can attest to the difference a quality pressing can make to an audio system).

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