Genre: Classical
Label: Sony



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The Glenn Gould Complete Jacket Collection" is presented to mark the brilliant pianist's 75th birthday and the 25th anniversary of his death. It is a fascinating, limited edition of LPs.

The Canadian Glenn Gould (born in Toronto 25 September 1932 - died there 4 October 1982) was without doubt one of the most important pianists of all time. Even today, the idiosyncratic interpretations and the eccentric personality of the "James Dean of the piano" exert a continuing fascination.

In good time to commemorate the artist's birth 75 years ago on 25 September and his death 25 years ago on 4 October 2007, the Sony Classical label launches a special project in honor of the double anniversary: "The Glenn Gould Complete Jacket Collection" containing all the LPs from Glenn Gould's legendary 1955 recording of the Goldberg Variations to piano works by Richard Strauss released posthumously on 4 April 1984, and of course, not one of the brilliant artist's legendary Bach recordings is missed out. The LPs will be released individually with the first five to include: Bach: Goldberg Variations, Brahms: 10 Intermezzi, Beethoven: Piano Concerto No. 5, A Consort of Music by William Byrd and Orlando Gibbons, and Bach: Prelude, Fughettas & Fugues.

Glenn Gould, piano

Johannes Brahms (1833-1897)

1. Opus 76, Nos. 6 & 7
2. Opus 116, No. 4
3. Opus 117, Nos. 1-3
4. Opus 118, Nos. 1, 2, 6
5. Opus 119, No. 1

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