Few classical recordings have aroused as much fascination as Glenn Gould’s 1981 take on Bach’s “Goldberg” Variations.

Gould, whose first major-label recording was a classic 1955 account of the “Goldbergs,” rerecorded them more than 25 years later. He then died, at 50, just after the release — leaving the two Bach statements as bookends to his career.

Click HERE to read more about his score, which has resurfaced and will be available though auction in December 2018.