The Goldbergs in alternate guises, from versions for solo harp to one for a flock of viols.
Deceptive Cadence posts about Goldberg Week
Fridays are funnier with a classical cartoon at noon, from Deceptive Cadence.
Renowned pianist Leif Ove Andsnes claims that many of us actually miss the singular essence — what he calls "the miracle" — of Glenn Gould's Bach.
Inside Jeremy Denk's head, some weird muscle spasms from hearing Bach's mind-blowing chromatic ooze.
On the BMW of harpsichords, Andreas Staier takes a drive through Bach's Goldberg Variations.
Join Glenn Gould specialist Tim Page and Washington Post music critic Anne Midgette to hear and discuss this legendary recording.
Pianist Jeremy Denk explains how Bach created infinite worlds out of eight simple notes — and how he one-upped Handel in the process.
Don't let Bach's music lull you into a false sense of self-confidence. Try this interactive quiz.
The pianist performs contemporary takes on Bach's Goldberg Variations in the NPR studio
Pianist Jeremy Denk crawls inside the head of the fictional serial killer and finds the principles of Bach.