Variation 22 - Bach*, Andrew Rangell - The Goldberg Variations (CD, Album)

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  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Bach: The Goldberg Variations - Andrew Rangell on AllMusic -
  2. Usually when I write a review about a recording of the Goldberg Variations (one of the greatest compositions by Bach), there's usually something of a blow by blow for each variation. But, for one, Rangell is such a solid performer it would make the review too long to focus on all of the good stuff/5(3).
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Goldberg Variations - Recording on Discogs. Label: Sony Classical - SK ,Legacy - SK • Series: Masterworks Expanded Edition • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US /5(4).
  4. I remember that moment so clearly, taking out the cd of Gould’s final recording from the long skinny cardboard box that cd’s came in at the time. It was April (32 years and when that first variation burst forth after the Aria, I think I was launched into a different dimension for the remaining 35 minutes of that short.
  5. Bach* - Glenn Gould ‎– The Goldberg Variations - Recording Label: Sony Classical ‎– 2, Sony Classical ‎– /5(5).
  6. Bach: The Goldberg Variations is the debut album of Canadian classical pianist Glenn interpretation of Johann Sebastian Bach's Goldberg Variations (BWV ), the work launched Gould's career as a renowned international pianist, and became one of the most well-known piano recordings. Sales were "astonishing" for a classical album: it was reported to have sold 40, copies by
  7. Sep 22,  · Rosalyn Turuck, another great Bach pioneer, recorded the Goldberg Variations many times over, on piano and Harpsichord, live and in the has her own group of admirers and giving her distinguished scholarly and pianistic career it’s viably justified. Her style, however, hasn’t met the test of time well, taking into account the knowledge of Bach performances we have from past .
  8. The Goldberg Variations, BWV , is a musical composition for harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach, consisting of an aria and a set of 30 published in , the work is one of the most important [citation needed] examples of the variation form. It is named after Johann Gottlieb Goldberg, who may also have been the first performer of the work.