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II. Vivace Assis - Haydn* - Glenn Gould - The Six Last Sonatas (CD)

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  1. This 2 CD set of Glenn Gould playing 7 (not 6 as stated on the album) late Haydn sonatas is my favorite set of all Haydn sonatas I have heard and it is my favorite non-Bach recording by Glenn Gould. While not as radical as his interpretations of Mozart and Beethoven, these recordings still have the playful exuberance that we get from his Bach/5(24).
  2. Compact disc; digital recording. Performance notes (26 pages) by Christa Landon in English, German and French inserted in container. Performer(s): Performed by Glenn Gould, piano. Description: 2 audio discs: digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Disc 1.
  3. 17 rows · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Haydn*, Glenn Gould - The Six .
  4. This set, along with a separate CD that includes Gould's recordings of the 24th and 29th "Hammerklavier" sonatas are my favorite interpretations of the Beethoven sonatas. The beauty herein makes one wonder if Gould really disliked the some of the Beethoven sonatas /5(74).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Six Last Sonatas on Discogs.5/5(2).
  6. Glenn Gould - Remastered - 73 - 74 • () Haydn - The Six Last Sonatas, Classical Music, Classical MP3 download, Classical Music Downloads - Download music compositions from legal, well-ordered mp3 content web-site basspenpelondoritletibidogstenspled.xyzinfo
  7. Info for Haydn: The Six Last Piano Sonatas (Remastered) After Eaton’s Auditorium finally shut down in autumn , Gould seemed to lose all interest in making recordings—until CBS producer Samuel H. Carter told him about the Sony PCM , the first digital recording device.
  8. Haydn: The Six Last Piano Sonatas (Gould Remastered), an album by Franz Joseph Haydn, Glenn Gould on Spotify.
  9. As if to prove he had not changed his mind about how the Viennese High Classical repertoire ought to be performed, Glenn Gould returned to Columbia's New York Studios in the early '80s to record Haydn's last six piano sonatas. Gould had, of course, recorded all Mozart's piano sonatas between 19in performances that, while technically brilliant, were judged interpretively eccentric.

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