All three use a radiophonic electronic-music technique that Gould called "contrapuntal radio", in which several people are heard speaking at once—much like the voices in a fugue—manipulated through overdubbing and editing. [97] His 1966 collaboration with soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, however, recording Richard Strauss's Ophelia Lieder, Op. The Conservatory received its. (Gould rarely shook people's hands, and habitually wore gloves. Both his parents were musical, and his mother, especially, encouraged the infant Gould's early musical development. Le portrait de la semaine : Glenn Gould. He transcribed his own Wagner and Ravel recordings, as well as the operas of Richard Strauss and the symphonies of Schubert and Bruckner,[6] which he played privately for pleasure. A son père il doit la construction d’une chaise spéciale, pliante et fort basse, qu’il conservera avec lui toute sa vie, au désespoir des ingénieurs de la Columbia : l’âge venant, elle se mit à grincer au-delà de ce qui est suppor… He may have spoken ironically about his practising as there is evidence that, on occasion, he did practise quite hard, sometimes using his own drills and techniques. He disliked the concert hall, which he compared to a competitive sporting arena. He was attracted to the technical aspects of recording, and considered the manipulation of tape to be another part of the creative process. [103] The majority of his work is published by Schott Music. [9] The diagnosis was first suggested by psychiatrist Peter Ostwald, a friend of Gould's, in the 1997 book Glenn Gould: The Ecstasy and Tragedy of Genius. Glenn Gould se joue, dans ce court texte publié initialement dans un magazine américain en 1974 et traduit ici en français pour la première fois, de son image de génie autiste et coupé de son public.Il s'en amuse, s'explique et creuse cette intéressante brèche par le truchement jubilatoire d'une interview de lui-même, par lui-même, sur lui-même. Le 4 octobre 1982, alors que les preuves cliniques attestent que Gould est cérébralement mort, son père demande que l'on débranche les appareils le maintenant artificiellement en vie. A CBC profile noted, "sometime between two and three every morning, Gould would go to Fran's, a 24-hour diner a block away from his Toronto apartment, sit in the same booth, and order the same meal of scrambled eggs. 4 in G Major, BWV 1049. [56], Gould lived a private life. )[109][110] Anthologies of Gould's writing and letters have been published, and Library and Archives Canada holds a significant portion of his papers. Gould was the first pianist to record any of Liszt's piano transcriptions of Beethoven's symphonies (beginning with the Fifth Symphony, in 1967, with the Sixth released in 1969). Piano Solo Gould likened his process to that of a film director[79]—one does not perceive that a two-hour film was made in two hours—and implicitly asks why the act of listening to music should be any different. [33] His first solo recital followed in 1947,[34] and his first recital on radio was with the CBC in 1950. Le disque, publié par CBS Records un mois seulement avant la mort du pianiste, rencontre un succès énorme et fait connaître au grand public cette œuvre majeure du compositeur allemand. The disc of recordings was placed on the spacecraft Voyager 1. Sandrine Revel fait le choix de la fragilité et de la complexité. Glenn Gould exemple de normalité ! Écoutez Moments avec Glenn Gould par Glenn Gould sur Deezer. 1 in D minor with Gould as soloist, he informed the audience that he was assuming no responsibility for what they were about to hear. En 1940, le jeune Gould rejoint la Toronto Conservatory of Music. Après plusieurs concerts au Canada, Glenn Gould  donne, en 1955, son premier récital américain à la Town Hall de New York. 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"Glenn Gould : Contrepoint à la ligne et autres écrits"> Éd. [61] In his later years he claimed to be vegetarian, but his private notepads reveal that he ate chicken, Dover sole, roast beef and veal. For example, a reviewer of his 1981 re-recording of the Goldberg Variations opined that many listeners would "find the groans and croons intolerable". Son style, ses choix de tempi, son phrasé si caractéristique, divisent le monde musical. Son point fort a été sa façon de stimuler les esprits quand ses expérimentations musicales remettaient en cause une certaine idée de linterprétation pianistique. [93] He recorded a number of Gibbons's keyboard works, and called him his favourite composer,[94][95] despite his better-known admiration for the technical mastery of Bach. His unique pianistic method, insight into the architecture of compositions, and relatively free interpretation of scores created performances and recordings that were revelatory to many listeners while being highly objectionable to others. ... What if the composer, as historian, is faulty? This is the secret of doing Bach on the piano at all. The Glenn Gould Foundation was established in Toronto in 1983 to honour Gould and to keep alive his memory and life's work. ", to which the audience laughed. [10] She would later teach him the piano. Gould's writing style was highly articulate, but sometimes florid, indulgent, and rhetorical. Glenn Gould Hébert Gould est né le 25 septembre 1932 à Toronto, d’une mère pianiste et d’un père violoniste. Richard Strauss Sonate pour piano en si mineur opus 5 Glenn Gould, piano. 1) came in 1953 on the short-lived Canadian Hallmark label. Richard Strauss Ophelia lieder Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano Glenn Gould, piano. Gould made his Boston debut in 1958, playing for the Peabody Mason Concert Series. But I assure you, he was an extremely heterosexual man. Sa mère, dont le grand‑père était cousin du compositeur norvégien Edvard Grieg, joue du piano, en plus d'enseigner cet instrument et le chant. )[fn 15][fn 16] The spine injury he had suffered early in life led to physicians prescribing, usually independently, an assortment of analgesics, anxiolytics, and other drugs. Le pianiste canadien Glenn Gould s’est distingué dans le monde musical par ses concerts et enregistrements mythiques.  1955 signe chez le label Columbia Glenn Gould. [20], Gould passed his final Conservatory examination in piano at the age of 12, achieving the highest marks of any candidate, and thus attaining professional standing as a pianist at that age. En 1982, alors en plein lancement d’une nouvelle version des Variations Goldberg, il est victime d’un grave accident cérébral et décède le 4 octobre de l’année. ! "[82], In creating music, Gould much preferred the control and intimacy provided by the recording studio. 30, selections from Bach's The Art of Fugue, and Paul Hindemith's Piano Sonata No. It tends to have a mechanism which is rather like an automobile without power steering: you are in control and not it; it doesn't drive you, you drive it. Glenn Gould, une vie à contretemps (Sandrine Revel - Editions Dargaud) "Depuis toujours, Glenn Gould reste pour tout le monde un mystère. 5 and the cantata Widerstehe doch der Sünde from the harpsipiano (a piano with metal hammers to simulate a harpsichord's sound), and Gustav Mahler's Symphony No. 1942 intègre la classe d’Alberto Guerrero J'y détaillais les circonstances de ma rencontre avec lui, à Moscou, quelques années auparavant. 1 in D minor (BWV 1052) with Leonard Bernstein conducting the New York Philharmonic. [35] This was the beginning of Gould's long association with radio and recording. These include his famous "self-interview", his book review of a biography written about him (in which he refers to himself in the third person)—not to mention the various appearances of his "alter egos" in print, radio, or TV, including an "extended and rather strained radio joke show", ("Critics Callout Corner" on the, There are two other Gould recordings of the Goldberg Variations. [47] His chair is so closely identified with him that it is shown in a place of honour in a glass case at the National Library of Canada. When Gould was in Los Angeles in 1956, he met Cornelia Foss, an art instructor, and her husband Lukas, a conductor. The purpose of art is not the release of a momentary ejection of adrenaline but is, rather, the gradual, lifelong construction of a state of wonder and serenity."[76]. ", In "Bach the Nonconformist"; Roberts (ed. Gould showed considerable technical skill in performing and recording a wide repertoire including virtuosic and romantic works, such as his own arrangement of Ravel's La valse, and Liszt's transcriptions of Beethoven's Fifth and Sixth Symphonies. He went on to explore the possibility of litigation against Steinway & Sons if his apparent injuries were permanent. Le 27 septembre 1982, après avoir ressenti de forts maux de tête, Glenn Gould est victime d'un accident vasculaire cérébral, qui paralyse le côté gauche de son corps. (Gould grew up in Toronto at the same time that Canadian theorists Marshall McLuhan, Northrop Frye, and Harold Innis were making their mark on communications studies. Gould was averse to the cold, and wore heavy clothing (including gloves), even in warm places. We should see this failure, rather, as an aspect of his genius. [104], Gould is one of the most acclaimed musicians of the 20th century. [36] His concerts featured Bach, Beethoven, and the serial music of Schoenberg and Berg, which had been suppressed in the Soviet Union during the era of Socialist Realism. Glenn Gould repose aux côtés de ses parents au cimetière Mount Pleasant de To… Conductors had mixed responses to Gould and his playing habits. He performed on television and radio, and produced three musique concrète radio documentaries called the Solitude Trilogy, about isolated areas of Canada. The C major prelude from the first book of the WTC. [25] He could "memorize at sight" and once challenged his friend John Roberts to name any piece of music that he could not "instantly play from memory". Exacte reproduction musicale et graphique en CDs des 78 vinyls originaux; de l'enregistrement légendaire des Variations Goldberg 1955 aux pièces de Richard Strauss, sorties en édition posthume en avril 1984. But we persevered nonetheless.  Michel Schneider – Edition Gallimard [65] Cornelia Foss has said that Gould took a lot of antidepressants, which she blamed for his deteriorating mental state. Gould also recorded Bach's six sonatas for violin and harpsichord (BWV 1014–1019) with Jaime Laredo, and the three sonatas for viola da gamba and keyboard with Leonard Rose. 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Entré vers 1942 dans la classe du chilien Alberto Guerrero, toujours au Conservatoire de Toronto, Glenn Gould  développe son doigté et technicité qui seront sa signature. Our relationship was, among other things, quite sexual." Glenn Herbert Gould[fn 1][fn 2] (/ɡuːld/; 25 September 1932 – 4 October 1982) was a Canadian classical pianist. For Gould, "hedonism" in this sense denoted a superficial theatricality, something to which he felt Mozart, for example, became increasingly susceptible later in his career. Il a 15 ans lorsqu'il se produit, avec l'Orchestre symphonique de … In 1957, Gould undertook a tour of the Soviet Union, becoming the first North American to play there since World War II. Extension du corps du ballet. Much of the homophony that followed he felt belongs to a less serious and less spiritual period of art. To commemorate what would have been Gould's 75th birthday, the Canadian Museum of Civilization held an exhibition titled Glenn Gould: The Sounds of Genius in 2007. [108] François Girard's Genie Award winning 1993 film, Thirty Two Short Films About Glenn Gould includes documentary interviews with people who knew him, dramatizations of scenes from Gould's life, and fanciful segments including an animation set to music. En 1953, son père adapte une chaise à son intention. Son père, fourreur de métier, jouait du violon lorsqu'il était enfant. À l'âge de trois ans, on découvre que Gould a l'oreille absolue (aptitude à identifie… In his writing, Gould praised certain composers and rejected what he deemed banal in music composition and its consumption by the public, and also gave analyses of the music of Richard Strauss, Alban Berg and Anton Webern. [107] References to Gould and his work are plentiful in poetry, fiction, and the visual arts. [101] There is little critical commentary on Gould's compositions for the simple reason that there are few of them; he never succeeded beyond Opus 1, and left a number of works unfinished. L’année suivante parait l’enregistrement qui le propulse sur le devant la scène internationale : les Varations Goldberg  de Jean-Sébastien Bach. Gould was also a writer, broadcaster, composer and conductor. Les Variations Goldberg (1/4) par Glenn Gould, en 1981 (HQ audio - Sony Classical - Bruno Monsaingeon). He often hummed or sang while he played, and his audio engineers were not always successful in excluding his voice from recordings. [72] He expounded his criticism and philosophy of music and art in lectures, convocation speeches, periodicals, and in radio and television documentaries for the CBC. [fn 17] Bazzana writes that although some of Gould's "conversational dazzle" found its way into his prolific written output, his writing was "at best uneven [and] at worst awful". He later described the experience: It was Hofmann. The speech was interpreted by Harold C. Schonberg, music critic for The New York Times, as an abdication of responsibility and an attack on Gould. See, Friedrich first states that Gould performed the Beethoven Piano Sonata No. [9], Gould's interest in music and his talent as a pianist were evident very early. Similarly, Gould notes the "pathetic duplicity" in the reception of high-quality forgeries by Han van Meegeren of new paintings attributed to the Dutch master Johannes Vermeer, before and after the forgery was known.  SONY CLASSICAL 88875032222, Glenn Gould. Gould also recorded works by Brahms, Mozart, and many other prominent piano composers (with the notable exception of Frédéric Chopin), though he was outspoken in his criticism of the Romantic era as a whole. Yamaha a développé un prototype de piano capable de reproduire le style pianistique de Glenn Gould, au moyen d’une intelligence artificielle. Glenn Gould grandit dans le secteur Beaches de Toronto. [fn 14] He was highly concerned about his health throughout his life, worrying about everything from high blood pressure (which in his later years he recorded in diary form) to the safety of his hands. [fn 11] Gould performed fewer than 200 concerts over the course of his career, of which fewer than 40 were outside Canada. After his retirement from concert performance, he was increasingly interested in other media, including audio and film documentary and writing, through which he mused on aesthetics, composition, music history, and the effect of the electronic age on the consumption of media. Nolan Gould himself is a member of Mensa, graduated high school via GED at the age of 13 and has an IQ of 150. [5] His maternal grandfather was a cousin of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. Thus, the act of musical composition, to Gould, did not entirely end with the original score. Glenn Gould accède à une notoriété mondiale grâce à ses deux enregistrements des Variations Gold… "[48] Leonard Bernstein said, "There is nobody quite like him, and I just love playing with him. At the age of 10 Gould was admitted to the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where his piano teacher was Alberto Guerrero. Although he recorded all of Mozart's sonatas and admitted enjoying the "actual playing" of them,[90] Gould claimed to dislike Mozart's later works, to the extent of arguing (perhaps facetiously) that Mozart died too late rather than too early. He dabbled in composition with few finished works. "[49] Specifically, Bernstein was referring to their rehearsals, with Gould's insistence that the entire first movement be played at half the indicated tempo. He was progressive in many ways, promulgating the atonal composers of the early 20th century, and anticipating, through his deep involvement with the recording process, the vast changes that technology would have on the production and distribution of music. Je trouve ca souvent épouvantable. On 5 June 1938, at the age of five, Gould played in public for the first time, joining his family on stage to play piano at a church service at the Business Men's Bible Class in Uxbridge, Ontario, in front of a congregation of about two thousand. When presented with a piano, the young Gould was reported to strike single notes and listen to their long decay, a practice his father Bert noted was different from typical children. [16] Around the same time, he injured his back as a result of a fall from a boat ramp on the shore of Lake Simcoe. Bach's WTC on a Wittmayer harpsichord. [118], The Juno Awards are presented annually by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. 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[120] In 1983, he was honoured posthumously, being inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame for his 1955 recording (released in 1956) of the Goldberg Variations.[121]. As a teenager, Gould was significantly influenced by Artur Schnabel,[fn 10] Rosalyn Tureck's recordings of Bach (which he called "upright, with a sense of repose and positiveness"), and the conductor Leopold Stokowski. Il faudra s'y faire, le Canadien ne donnera plus de nouvelles que par disque. Le Prix Glenn-Gould est un prix international décerné par la Fondation Glenn Gould à la mémoire du pianiste canadien Glenn Gould. [51] He also disliked social functions. [78], The issue of "authenticity" in relation to an approach like Gould's has been a topic of great debate, although diminished by the end of the 20th century. If, instead, the sonata had been attributed to an earlier or later composer, it becomes more or less interesting as a piece of music. Mark Kingwell summarizes the paradox, never resolved by Gould nor his biographers, this way: He was progressive and anti-progressive at once, and likewise at once both a critic of the Zeitgeist and its most interesting expression. His mother was a great-grand niece of Edvard Grieg. Ce soir le chef d’orchestre Jean-Philippe Wurtz, qui préside depuis 2015 aux destinées du programme Voix Nouvelles à Royaumont, dont le festival s’est ouvert le week-end dernier.. Emmanuelle France se penche aujourd’hui sur l’entourage de Bernstein, ses amis, admirateurs ou détracteurs qui ont jalonné son chemin musical... Les ouvrages : Susan McClary "Ouverture féministe, musique, genre, sexualité" - Lydia Goehr "Politique de l'autonomie musicale" - Raymond Monelle "Un chant muet, musique, signification, déconstruction" éditions La-rue-musicale de la Philharmonie-de-Paris. [fn 21]. He was a prolific contributor to musical journals, in which he discussed music theory and outlined his musical philosophy. He is buried next to his parents in Toronto's Mount Pleasant Cemetery (section 38, row 1088, plot 1050). Gould was widely known for his unusual habits. His mother, hoping for him to become a successful musician, had exposed him to music during her pregnancy. Yet it is not the work that has changed but its relation within the accepted narrative of music history. Glenn Herbert Gould was born at home in Toronto, on 25 September 1932, to Russell Herbert Gold (1901–1996) and Florence Emma Gold (née Grieg; 1891–1975),[4] Presbyterians of Scottish, English, and Norwegian ancestry. Glenn Gould est un musicien de légende qui en cinquante ans d’existence (1932-1982) a révolutionné le monde du piano. Philosophers such as Giorgio Agamben and Mark Kingwell have interpreted Gould's life and ideas. His String Quartet (Op. Gould asks why the epoch in which a work is received influences its reception as "art", postulating a sonata of his own composition that sounds so like one of Haydn's that it is received as such. Gould won three awards out of his six nominations, but accepted only one in person. He enjoyed a jazz concert with his friends as a youth, mentioned jazz in his writings, and once criticized the Beatles for "bad voice leading"[fn 18]—while praising Petula Clark and Barbra Streisand. He is also heard practising other parts of the Goldbergs. [59] Specifically he believed that "someone was spying on him", according to Foss's son. He was admitted to Toronto General Hospital, and his condition rapidly deteriorated. [11] He learned to read music before he could read words,[6][12][13] and it had been observed that, at age three, he had perfect pitch. Né le 25 septembre 1932 à Toronto au Canada, Glenn Herbert Gould  commence le piano à l’âge de quatre ans sous le tutorat de sa mère. 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