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We are creating a new score and studio recording of J.S. Bach's Goldberg Variations, and we're placing them in the public domain* for everyone to own and use without limitations on licensing.
Bach wrote his seminal work over 270 years ago, yet public domain scores and recordings are hard or impossible to find. Until now!
This project will start by creating a new engraving of the Goldberg Variations using the MuseScore notation software. The edition will be subject to scholarly review, and when it is finished, it will be available to everyone to own and use without limitations.
Then we're working with pianist Kimiko Ishizaka to create a professional studio recording of the Goldbergs. This recording will also be made available to everyone to own and use without limitations.
Support this Kickstarter project and reserve your copy of the new CD and the new score.
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