2 edition of Glenn Gould"s philosophy of recording its implications for a theory of active musical listening found in the catalog.
Glenn Gould"s philosophy of recording its implications for a theory of active musical listening
Elizabeth Jill Given-King
Written in English
|Statement||by Elizabeth Given-King.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 89 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||89|
Idris Khan discusses the influence of musician Glenn Gould on his work, specifically Listening to Glenn Gould’s Version of the Goldberg Variations While Thinking About Carl Andre, and explains the response to the repetitive themes in both music and art. The Goldberg Variations themselves were written for therapy for insomnia for a Count. Voila! Finally, the Thirty Two Short FIlms About Glenn Gould script is here for all you quotes spouting fans of the Colm Feore movie. This script is a transcript that was painstakingly transcribed using the screenplay and/or viewings of Thirty Two Short FIlms About Glenn Gould.
Which musical composition is the shortest in length? motive. Which term describes the use of instruments in a piece of music? orchestration. Which section is not one of the four groups in the orchestral palette? voice. To make a song to flow smoothly from note to note, which parameter would a composer adjust? From the gestures used by infants interacting with caregivers, the book moves to gestures used by performers and composers. Chapters 2, 3, and 4 make critical claims regarding the perception and production of musical gestures. Claim 1: Musical performances convey meanings via expressiveAuthor: Marc R. Thompson, Juan Ignacio Mendoza.
Glenn Gould & Zubin Mehta on photography. Discussion in 'Philosophy' started by jtk, Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > jtk. Does one or the other or both relate as perfectly to your photography as they both do to mine, despite (or because of) the cognative dissonance? Glenn Gould's String Quartet Wanted to share this with you all, just in case some of you haven't heard it. You can hear him talk a little more about it (what inspired it, its construction etc) in a series of interviews on Youtube called 'At Home with Glenn Gould' which are fascinating and some of the best interviews I've ever heard of a musician.
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Tronic media. He was active in the cause through published essays and radio inter ventions, leading journalists to dub him "the philosopher of recording." Gould's recording philosophy was essentially an emancipatory strain of media futurology inspired in part by Marshall McLuhan, through which he promoted a mediated form of creative expression as interactive.
Home > Piano Lessons >. Blog. Inspiration from the Life and Music of Glenn Gould. Glenn Gould, a Canadian musician was born in in Toronto and during his music career, he provoked much controversy with the way he interpreted the piano, the way he wrote music and the fact that he loved recording better than performing live was a renowned pianist who.
In a Rolling Stone interview with Jonathan Cott, Glenn Gould discussed recording Scriabin’s Piano Sonata No. 5 where he simultaneously deployed four ranks of microphones panned to left/right stereo. One rank hung directly over the strings, resulting in a dry, close-up.
In an attempt to make sensible their ostensibly modest statement, I proliferate the relationships between Glenn Gould's philosophy of sound recording, Deleuze's theory of passive synthesis, and Author: Anthony Cushing. Hearing Glenn Gould's Body: Corporeal Liveness in Recorded Music Paul Sanden Introduction: Liveness, Mediatization, and Glenn Gould's Recordings Live music does not exist without its recorded other.
In other words, the concept of liveness in music was unknown until there was something not live-recordings-with which to compare it. I do consider Glenn Gould to be a musical genius. The best book I read about him is "Glenn Gould, the tragedy and extacy of a genius" by Peter Ostwald.
Ostwald played with Gould for fun, being an enthousiastic non-professional violinist himself. He gives you a fascinating idea of the so-called man behind the musician.
And Gould was a very. Scott Ross on Gould: "When I hear nutcases like Glenn Gould who do: [plays staccato version of J.S. Bach's Partita no. 1, BWVAllemande], I say he understood nothing of Bach's music.
I've listened carefully to his records: he didn't understand. He was very brilliant; I respect him up to a certain point. Otto Friedrich's Glenn Gould - A Life and Variations (Random House, ) is a fine biography with logs of concerts and broadcasts and a thorough discography, while Dr.
Peter Ostwald's Glenn Gould - The Ecstasy and Tragedy of Genius (Norton, ) focuses on Gould's. Sony is about to release a box set of three hour-long TV documentaries Glenn Gould made about the music of J.S.
Bach, to coincide with the celebrations surrounding what would have been the pianist’s 80th birthday in September. There are two things that stand out about these prorgammes.
Both are as relevant today as when [ ]. Glenn Herbert Gould   (Septem – October 4, ) was a Canadian pianist noted especially for his recordings of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach, remarkable technical proficiency, unorthodox musical philosophy, and eccentric personality and piano is one of the best known and most celebrated pianists of the twentieth name: Glenn Herbert Gold.
There’s a Glenn Gould Park, Foundation, Scholarship, Annual Lecture; he has featured in short stories and inspired musical works, a life-size statue and a Canadian postage stamp. Gould abandoned life as a concert pianist at the age of 31, having given just concerts in his entire career.
“I detest audiences,” he says at one stage. Since the invention of sound reproduction in the late 19th century, studio practices in musical recording evolved in parallel with technological improvements. Recently, digital technology and Internet file sharing led to the delocalization of professional recording studios and.
Canadian pianist Glenn Gould (in an undated photo) first recorded Bach’s Goldberg Variations in (Don Hunstein) Our view of a composer is a mosaic, whose tiles are the insights drawn from hearing dozens, perhaps hundreds, of performances — in concert, through headphones, in our : David Weininger.
Gould made second recordings of only a few pieces over his career, most famously the Goldberg Variations, returning to the 30th Street Studio in April and May of As above, much was different from Gould was playing a Yamaha CT Concert Grand and. Glenn Gould, for those who don't know, was a Canadian pianist who is arguably the most famous interpreter of Bach.
He is most famous for his recordings of the Goldberg Variations, one in both and Gould was man of many eccentricities, including. The keys to Canada’s musical history reside in Glenn Gould’s pianos Open this photo in gallery: Governor-General David Johnston sits at Glenn Gould’s practice piano at Rideau Hall on.
The theory of Roger Gould While Erikson saw development as a constant adaptation to society’s demands on the developing individual, the psychiatrist Roger Gould (, p. ) is more interested in people’s own fears, preoccupations and assumptions, which they acquired during childhood and in their relationship with their parents.
Mix - Glenn Gould plays Bach Prelude in C Minor YouTube. Glenn Gould Plays Bach Concerto BWV - Duration: imece18views. Glenn Gould - J.S. Bach, Variazioni Goldberg - Between Process and Product: Music and/as Performance KEYWORDS: performance theory, work, text, script, analysis Another of these tensions had to do with what Glenn Gould contemptuously referred to as "the class structure within the musical recording, musical experience can be endlessly deferred and Size: KB.
"This is the first book to place an ecological approach to perception at the core of music theory. The result is that many problems created by the hitherto dominant cognitive approach simply disappear: emotion and meaning emerge as primary attributes of music Cited by:.
The mystery of musical performance — it’s not just a mystery for people listening to the performance in a studio, a concert hall or on a recording.
It’s a mystery for the performers themselves.the adequacy of a trait theory of personality, and the advantages and dangers of interviews as a source of data on personality.
At each step we will try to weigh the evidence carefully, taking into account both strengths and Size: KB.Musical performances take effect “at the levels of sense, feeling, and physical reaction, integrating all these aspects of the self. For those deeply engaged in listening, dancing, or playing music word based thought may be suspended entirely” (p.