[39] On 10 April 1964, Gould gave his last public performance, playing in Los Angeles, at the Wilshire Ebell Theater. Throughout the rest of his life, he shares his litany of musical, temperamental, and moral objections to the concert hall, through interviews, articles, and broadcasts. Glenn Gould est un pianiste canadien. Gould's writing style was highly articulate, but sometimes florid, indulgent, and rhetorical. [fn 9], He stated that he did not understand the requirement of other pianists to continuously reinforce their relationship with the instrument by practising many hours a day. When Gould was in Los Angeles in 1956, he met Cornelia Foss, an art instructor, and her husband Lukas, a conductor. [42] Some of Gould's recordings were severely criticised because of this background "vocalising". But it doesn't convince me. [61] He did not cook; instead he would frequently eat at restaurants and relied upon room service. Spring 1964. That he was not able, by himself, to fashion a bridge between them is neither surprising, nor, in the end, disappointing. ! Contrepoint à la ligne et autres écrits" > Éditions Robert Laffont, Mise en vente de la partition des Variations Goldberg annotée par Glenn Gould en 1981, Glenn Gould et la radio, une histoire d’amour, Festival de Royaumont 2018 : "Les Voix Nouvelles" de Jean-Philippe Wurtz, Leonard Bernstein : Amitiés et controverses, Stéphane Roth directeur éditorial La rue musicale/Philharmonie de Paris présente... Susan McClary, L. Goehr & R. Monelle, "Don Giovanni" sous la direction de Jérémie Rhorer, Sous la couverture... avec Jean-Yves Clément “Glenn Gould ou le piano de l'esprit” éditions Actes-Sud. La partition des Variations Goldberg de Bach utilisée par Glenn Gould pour son enregistrement mythique de 1981 sera mise en vente aux enchères à New York le 5 décembre 2018. Their affair lasted until 1972, when she returned to her husband. Gould worked from a young age with Guerrero on a technique known as finger-tapping: a method of training the fingers to act more independently from the arm. (La ville a d'ailleurs désigné sa maison natale comme lieu historique.) 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. [5] His maternal grandfather was a cousin of the Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg. The Royal Conservatory of Music Professional School in Toronto adopted the name The Glenn Gould School in 1997 after their most famous alumnus. Although Gould was known chiefly as a pianist, he capped off his musical career with a recording of Wagner's Siegfried Idyll as conductor. This is the secret of doing Bach on the piano at all. He was already a sort of legend, although not the kind of myth he has become since his death. Vous recherchez une œuvre entendue sur une Webradio ? Gould also collaborated with members of the New York Philharmonic, the flautist Julius Baker and the violinist Rafael Druian in a recording of Johann Sebastian Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No. No performer after him can avoid the example he sets ... Now, everyone must perform through him: he can be emulated or rejected, but he cannot be ignored. Plusieurs raisons sont alors évoquées : sa phobie du public, sa fragilité, mais surtout son idée que le concert est devenu désuet de par les possibilités technologiques de l’enregistrement. [35] This was the beginning of Gould's long association with radio and recording. Glenn Gould est célèbre pour ses interprétations de la musique pour clavier de Jean- Sébastien Bach. C'est l'un des derniers concerts que donne le pianiste canadien avant son retrait définitif de la scène en 1964. [66], Whether Gould's behaviour fell within the autism spectrum has been the subject of debate. Bach's WTC on a Wittmayer harpsichord. [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. Young Gould was playing with piano from the age of 3, and started regular lessons with his mother from the age of 4. ", In "Bach the Nonconformist"; Roberts (ed. En 1960, le pianiste canadien Glenn Gould enregistre quelques Intermezzi issus des derniers opus de Johannes Brahms, à New York, pour le label Columbia. Il est décerné tous les deux ans à une personne vivant en reconnaissance de ses contributions à la musique. In 2007, Foss confirmed that she and Gould had had a love affair lasting several years. Later works include the Lieberson Madrigal (soprano, alto, tenor, bass [SATB] and piano), and So You Want to Write a Fugue? Sa vie intense est encadrée par deux interprétations des “Variations Goldberg” de Jean-Sébastien Bach. )[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. [fn 6][21], Gould was a child prodigy[22] and was described in adulthood as a musical phenomenon. Après plusieurs concerts au Canada, Glenn Gould  donne, en 1955, son premier récital américain à la Town Hall de New York. According to Foss, "There were a lot of misconceptions about Glenn, and it was partly because he was so very private.  ISBN 978 2 2 213 67105 5. It is likely that this habit originated in his having been taught by his mother to "sing everything that he played", as his biographer Kevin Bazzana puts it. Glenn Gould vivait dans son monde et sortait, de temps en temps, dans le nôtre. Conductors had mixed responses to Gould and his playing habits. 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… After several years, she and Gould became lovers. According to another of Gould's biographers, Otto Friedrich, the air-conditioning engineer had to work just as hard as the recording engineers.[44]. "[105], One of Gould's performances of the Prelude and Fugue in C major from Book II of The Well-Tempered Clavier was chosen for inclusion on the NASA Voyager Golden Record by a committee headed by Carl Sagan. 1) came in 1953 on the short-lived Canadian Hallmark label. He was, in effect, stranded on a beachhead of his own thinking between past and future. À l'âge de trois ans, on découvre que Gould a l'oreille absolue (aptitude à identifie… En 1953, son père adapte une chaise à son intention. La première le fait connaître au grand public à l’âge de 23 ans. Il fait également de longs séjours au chalet familial, près du lac Simcoe. 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. Bach, stating that the Baroque composer was "first and last an architect, a constructor of sound, and what makes him so inestimably valuable to us is that he was beyond a doubt the greatest architect of sound who ever lived". He recounted his recording of the A minor fugue from Book I of The Well-Tempered Clavier and how it was spliced together from two takes, with the fugue's expositions from one take and its episodes from another. As a teenager, Gould had written chamber music and piano works in the style of the Second Viennese school. When asked in a radio interview whether he did not find himself wanting to play Chopin, he replied: "No, I don't. Although his recordings were dominated by Bach and Beethoven, Gould's repertoire was diverse, including works by Mozart, Haydn, and Brahms; pre-Baroque composers such as Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, William Byrd, and Orlando Gibbons; and 20th-century composers including Paul Hindemith, Arnold Schoenberg, and Richard Strauss. 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]. 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. In 1957, Gould undertook a tour of the Soviet Union, becoming the first North American to play there since World War II. Bazzana has speculated that Gould's increasing use of a variety of prescription medicines over his career may have had a deleterious effect on his health. 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. 1942 intègre la classe d’Alberto Guerrero Yet it is not the work that has changed but its relation within the accepted narrative of music history. 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. She purchased a house near Gould's 110 St. Clair Avenue West apartment. Transcriptions, compositions, and conducting, Full circumstances of the name-change can be found in, ATCM is Associate, Toronto Conservatory of Music. Les Variations Goldberg (1/4) par Glenn Gould, en 1981 (HQ audio - Sony Classical - Bruno Monsaingeon). ", to which the audience laughed. A new recording of the Goldberg Variations, made in 1981, would be among his last albums; the piece was one of only a few he recorded twice in the studio. The family's surname was changed to Gould informally around 1939 to avoid being mistaken for … Brillant concertiste, il se retire brutalement de la vie publique, préférant les studios d’enregistrement aux salles de concert. He was a prolific contributor to musical journals, in which he discussed music theory and outlined his musical philosophy. Glenn Gould, né le 25 septembre 1932 à Toronto au Canada et mort le 4 octobre 1982 dans la même ville, est un pianiste, compositeur, écrivain, homme de radio et réalisateur canadien. La place ostentatoire de la musique classique, mais également sa difficulté à se remettre en questions, a trouvé chez le pianiste des réponses à son immobilisme. [6][7] The family's surname was changed to Gould informally around 1939 to avoid being mistaken for Jewish, given the prevailing anti-Semitism of pre-war Toronto and the Jewish associations of the Gold surname. Son point fort a été sa façon de stimuler les esprits quand ses expérimentations musicales remettaient en cause une certaine idée de linterprétation pianistique. [29] He associated this drift towards hedonism with the emergence of a cult of showmanship and gratuitous virtuosity on the concert platform in the 19th century and later. "The answer is, of course, sometimes the one and sometimes the other, depending on the people involved. He set forth this doctrine, only half in jest, in "GPAADAK", the Gould Plan for the Abolition of Applause and Demonstrations of All Kinds. 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. fixation paranoïaque, aversion du contact physique, acrophobie etc etc ) ""m'enfin ça ne l'a pas empêché d'être Glenn"" La question est tout autre, asperger ne l'a pas empêché non.. et puis empêché de quoi en fait? George Szell, who led Gould in 1957 with the Cleveland Orchestra, remarked to his assistant, "That nut's a genius. Glenn Gould repose aux côtés de ses parents au cimetière Mount Pleasant de To… "[48] Bernstein created a stir at the concert of April 6, 1962 when, just before the New York Philharmonic was to perform the Brahms Piano Concerto No. En 1940, alors âgé de 8 ans, il entre au Royal Conservatory of Music de Toronto. Il a aussi été critiqué pour son … Le concertiste n'a alors que trente et un ans mais a déjà tout vu d'un système qui, s'il s'avère lucratif, ce dont il n'en a strictement rien à faire, ne fait que nuire à sa concentration. [69] Gould's public funeral was held in St. Paul's Anglican Church on 15 October with singing by Lois Marshall and Maureen Forrester. Bazzana writes that "it is tempting to assume that Gould was asexual, an image that certainly fits his aesthetic and the persona he sought to convey, and one can read the whole Gould literature and be convinced that he died a virgin"—but he also mentions that evidence points to "a number of relationships with women that may or may not have been platonic and ultimately became complicated and were ended". 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. Rencontre ? His television collaboration with American violinist Yehudi Menuhin in 1965, in which they played works by Bach, Beethoven and Schoenberg, was called a success by Stegemann (1993b) because "Menuhin was ready to embrace the new perspectives opened up by an unorthodox view". Richard Strauss Ophelia lieder Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, soprano Glenn Gould, piano. 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. En 1957, alors en concert avec l’Orchestre philharmonique de New York dans le Concerto en ré mineur de Brahms, Leonard Bersntein  s’adresse au public avant le concert pour signifier son désaccord avec l’interprétation de Gould, tout en assurant « que nous avons tous quelque à apprendre de cet artiste extraordinaire ». You must have that immediacy of response, that control over fine definitions of things."[27]. Recevez chaque vendredi le meilleur de France Musique ! [77] Weighing this statement against Gould's highly individualistic lifestyle and artistic vision leads to an apparent contradiction. Glenn Gould Hébert Gould est né le 25 septembre 1932 à Toronto, d’une mère pianiste et d’un père violoniste. ), 100, Liszt's piano transcriptions of Beethoven's symphonies, Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, Best Classical Performance – Instrumental Soloist or Soloists, Gould Estate v Stoddart Publishing Co Ltd, "The three-cornered world of Glenn Gould and Natsume Soseki", "The Dogs of Pianist Glenn Gould: In the Key of Woof", "Gould in conversation with his friend Vincent Tovell (excerpt): A 26-year-old Gould talks about his fame", "Glenn Gould is a rising star " The Story", "Leonard Bernstein and Glenn Gould don't see eye to eye", "Music: Inner Voices of Glenn Gould; Pianist Plays Them in Addition to Brahms Bernstein Speech Hits at the Interpretation (article abstract)", "Glenn Gould: Variations on an Artist » Gould on his eccentricities » Did you know? Il a 15 ans lorsqu'il se produit, avec l'Orchestre symphonique de … 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. [51] He also disliked social functions. His String Quartet (Op. The multimedia exhibit was held in conjunction with Library and Archives Canada.[115]. He invariably insisted that it had to be extremely warm. [fn 12] There, he could control every aspect of the final musical "product" by selecting parts of various takes. The documentary filmmaker Bruno Monsaingeon said of him, "No supreme pianist has ever given of his heart and mind so overwhelmingly while showing himself so sparingly. He was attracted to the technical aspects of recording, and considered the manipulation of tape to be another part of the creative process. [70] Gould, an animal lover, left half his estate to the Toronto Humane Society; the other half went to the Salvation Army. Richard Strauss Enoch Arden opus 38 Claude Rains, narrateur Glenn Gould, piano. [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. » Contrepoint à la ligne et autres écrits, par Glenn Gould, édition et traduction établies par Bruno Monsaingeon, Robert Laffont, 960 pages, 32 euros. The 1955 interpretation is highly energetic and often frenetic; the later is slower and more deliberate[86][87]—Gould wanted to treat the aria and its 30 variations as a cohesive whole. He stopped giving concerts at the age of 31 to concentrate on studio recording and other projects. 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. "Une bonne faculté de concentration, l'oreille absolue et une excellente mémoire musicale. "[116] The prize consists of CA$100,000 for the recipient, and the responsibility of awarding the CA$15,000 Glenn Gould Protégé Prize to a young musician of their choice. Adulé par beaucoup de mélomanes ou décrié par d'autres, Glenn Gould ne laisse pas indifférent. Compare the 1970 version from the "Complete Piano Sonatas" set (played first) and the 1958 interpretation (second). Elle ne se demande pas si le pianiste et compositeur était excentrique ou psychotique car elle le pose ailleurs. He not only has an IQ of 140, but he graduated high school at the age of 13, and plays many instruments from the banjo to the mandolin and didgeridoo. [112][113] A federal plaque reflecting the designation was erected next to a sculpture of him in downtown Toronto. Succès immédiat et retentissant, Glenn Gould enregistre par la suite exclusivement pour le label Columbia. 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