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Glenn Gould


1. Robert Fulford. "Growing Up Gould". Glenn Gould: Variations. Edited by John McGreevy. Toronto: Macmillan of Canada, 1983. P. 58

2. Quoted by Joseph Roddy. "Apollonian". Glenn Gould: Variations. P. 111

3. Fulford, P. 59

4. Harvey Sachs. Virtuoso. London: Thames and Hudson, 1982. P. 185

5. Quoted by Richard Kostelanetz, "Glenn Gould: Bach in the Electronic Age". Glenn Gould: Variations, p. 135

6. Quoted by Paul Myers, "Glenn Gould". The Gramophone. Vol. 50, no. 597 (February 1973). P. 1478

7. Myers, P. 1478

8. Glenn Gould, script for radio documentary on Arnold Schoenberg, draft [B]

9. Kostelanetz, P. 128

10. John Pearce. "First Principles and Second Chances!". Maclean's. Vol. 95, no. 42 (October 18, 1982). P. 44

11. Glenn Gould. "What the Recording Process Means to Me". High Fidelity/Musical America (January 1983). P. 57

12. Glenn Gould, quoted by Kostelanetz, p. 134

13. B.W. Powe. The Solitary Outlaw. Toronto: Lester & Orpen Dennys, 1987. P. 152

14. Glenn Gould. Arnold Schoenberg: A Perspective. Cincinnati: University of Cincinnati Press, 1964. P. 2

15. John Culshaw. "The Mellow Knob, or the Rise of Records and the Decline of the Concert Hall as Foreseen by Glenn Gould". Records and Recording. Vol. 10, no. 2 (November 1966). P. 26-27