(Open RP, I'm Runa) I sit at the piano, singing along. I put up a recorder so I can send my music to a producing company. My fingers glide across the keys and I finish my song. I stop the recording and I hear someone clap behind me.
Canadian pianist Glenn Gould (1932-1982) recorded Bach: The Goldberg Variations in 1955, at Columbia Records on 30th Street Studios in New York City. The finished product received phenomenal praise and was among the best-selling classical music albums of its time.