Anna Goldsworthy's piano lesson memoir comes with an appropriate soundtrack
At the end of our interview about her book, Piano Lessons, 10 days ago, Australian pianist Anna Goldsworthy gave me a CD album that is, literally, a sountrack.
I listened to the disc as soon as I got home, and found her playing to be as unaffected, engaging and elegant as her prose. (You can read the short article that came out of our interview here.)
Now that Goldsworthy is back home in Melbourne, she sent me a link to the Australian Broadcasting Corporation website, where people can order a copy of the disc.
Here is the track listing for the 70-minute album:
Besides teaching at the University of Melbourne and performing solo, Goldsworthy is also member of the Seraphim Trio. Here they are playing some early Mendelssohn: