Editing Glenn Gould

Feature

Saturday, April 20, 2002

In the classical recording world, performance is thought of as a fluid, spontaneous art. But in post-production, thousands of tiny, inaudible edits shape the music to perfection. Should a listener care?

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Sara Fishko

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