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Why, 35 years after his death, do so many music lovers still respect Glenn Gould above all other pianists? One might assume that, since he played the work of such well-known composers as Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn, and Brahms, he would have acceptable substitutes among the most highly skilled pianists of each successive generation. But none have ever taken Gould’s place, and quite possibly none ever will. His distinctiveness owes both to sheer aptitude, and to something else besides: Leonard Bernstein attempts an explanation of that something in the clip above, from the CBS Ford Presents broadcast of January 31, 1960… openculture.com

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O magnum mysterium – Tomás Luis de Victoria (1548-1611)

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August 2001, the Hilliard Ensemble and Oxalys at Laus Polyphoniae (Renaissance Music Festival) with Willem Ceuleers organ (Jetty Janssen, third hand ). Oxalys plays the ‚tubular bells‘. The image (text of the Psalm) is from cardinal Cajetanus‘ Psalmi Davidici ad hebraicam veritatem castigati. Venetia, L. Giunta, 1530. King David playing the harp is an illumination at the beginning of the book of Psalms (Bible of Anjou, 14th century).

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Recorded live at Ansgars Kirke, Odense, Denmark, November 20th 2017. Ars Nova Copenhagen, Paul Hillier.

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Een leerzaam programma over oude muziek. Vandaag het derde deel van een vierdelige serie, waarin we vooruitkijken naar het Festival Oude Muziek, dat eind augustus in Utrecht zal plaatsvinden.

Het thema van het Festival is ‘Het Bourgondische Leven’. We laten u in deze serie muziek horen van componisten die aan het Bourgondische hof verbonden waren, of die er niet ver vanaf stonden.

https://www.concertzender.nl/programma/documento_448328/

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