Bach: The Goldberg Variations, 1955
recorded in 1955, was Toronto native Glenn Gould’s breakthrough work. Bach’s 30 variations, were long considered too difficult to play on solo piano. Though only in his early 20s, Gould had a unique method - and this recording feat made him an immediate sensation. He did not rest on his laurels. This high-quality pressing is on 180g audiophile vinyl, transferred from the master tapes.