One of the most idiosyncratic and charismatic musicians of the twentieth century, pianist Glenn Gould (1932�82) slouched at the piano from a sawed-down wooden stool, interpreting Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart at hastened tempos with pristine clarity. A strange genius and true eccentric, Gould was renowned not only for his musical gifts but also for his erratic behavior: he o
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