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Gould

1. Benjamin Apthorp. 1824--96, US astronomer: the first to use the telegraph to determine longitudes; founded the Astronomical Journal (1849)
2. Glenn. 1932--82, Canadian pianist
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Gould will be in the CCFC Superstore pre-match, from 5pm until 5.30pm, and post match, from 9.30pm until 10pm.
The canniest and the most unpredictable choice may just be Mark Kingwell on Gould, for it has given us a most unusual perspective on a much-examined life.
Yamaha Corporation will unveil the world's first*1 Artificial Intelligence(AI) piano system based on deep learning technology*2 that is capable of playing any piece of music in the style of late legendary pianist Glenn Gould while interacting with humans in a music ensemble on September 7, the third day of the Ars Electronica Festival, one of the world's largest media arts festivals, held in Linz, Austria.
King tweeted: "It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to tell you of the passing of our dear friend and brother Boon Gould.
Mrs Gould, now 87 and living inGuildford, is a survivor of the Holocaust and still remembers Nazi fever gripping Germany during the 1930s.
Gould's early demise prompted a subscription to endow a bed honouring his name in Newport Infirmary, while newspaper obituaries in Wales and across Britain paid heartfelt tributes.
"Fortunately, because we have relatively low overhead compared to most other firms, we were able to get through that in pretty good shape both in terms of having a favorable performance compared to most others and we were also going through a period of time where we were expanding and getting a lot of new clients," says Gould. "So, we had a revenue boost to offset the market value declines of the portfolios."
Parkinson then sold this information to his friend Robert Sloan, who in turn passed it to Gould with the intention of identifying suitable cannabis farms to burgle.
Glenn Gould was a fascinating figure -- mysterious and eccentric, yet undeniably gifted, and connected to the music he played in a way unlike most musicians.
"I want to see if we can find a way to have that young man take a game off," Gould joked.