1962, Carnegie Hall, New York. The acclaimed conductor Leonard Bernstein appears on the stage. In a very unorthodox moment, he addresses the audience to explain that the Brahms No.1 Piano Concerto that is going to conduct that night does not respond to his vision. The approach of the piano soloist, Glenn Gould, is very far from the indications of the original composer, but at the same time it’s so innovative and interesting that he has decided to give up, fascinated by the talent of the Canadian musician. Listen to it.
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