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Glenn Gould’s 85th Year

Images from an article I wrote for Glenn Gould magazine (Volume 8, No. 1). Glenn Gould would have been 85 years old today. The part of me that recognizes this is the same part that wonders what wonders he had left … Continue reading

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Glenn Gould, une vie à contretemps.

Artist Sandrine Revel has published a new book: Glenn Gould, une vie à contretemps.  It’s not enough to call it an illustrated biography of Gould; it’s also a performance in and of itself. It’s the evidence of an inward journey, a pursuit … Continue reading

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“Beyond Words. Sobs, Hums, Stutters and Other Vocalizations”

Steven Connor, Professor of English at the University of Cambridge, UK, has written a new book titled: Beyond Words. Sobs, Hums, Stutters and Other Vocalizations (+1 for the period, rather than a colon, after “Words” in the title). Borrowing in part … Continue reading

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Einige Steinways

Photograph © Don Hunstein 1957 Just riffing on Gunther and Michael…

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Much Ado About Humming

Portions of this post were presented at the International Conference on Music and Gesture at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, U.K., and the national meeting of the Society for Music Theory in Toronto, Canada. This post serves … Continue reading

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