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R: The Thrill of Glenn Gould

Sorry for my later message about this fascinating argumentation.
It's true! The gift of Music is a magnificent things!
We must be grateful to Glenn Gould for His ability to approach to the Music
 greath sense of "respect" and "sublimity".
If we haven't Greath Music and Greath Man (as Glenn Gould) we will be
certainly less happy.


Valeria Massari

----- Original Message -----
From: Tom <ttbach@NYCAP.RR.COM>
Sent: Monday, July 01, 2002 3:56 AM
Subject: The Thrill of Glenn Gould

> Glenn Gould's Bach recordings  have a prayer like aura that I am unable
> to adequately express in this e-mail. I have experienced this quality in
> other artist's recordings such as Bernstein's Carl Nielsen Symphony #3
> and in many of the recordings of the jazz bass clarinetist and
> saxophonist, Eric Dolphy. These recordings all have some sort of
> transcendental quality about them- I don't know what it is, but they
> evoke a prayer like atmosphere which always rejuvenates me. I thank God
> for the gift of music.
> Tom Tuttle