Glenn Gould's debut album on Columbia is one of the most important and successful classical albums of all time. The Goldberg Varieties of Johann Sebastian Bach, recorded in 1955, became a bestseller and is still considered a reference recording. With the edition "Glenn Gould: The Goldbergvariations - The Complete Unreleased Recording Sessions" it is now possible for the first time to listen to the complete recording sessions between June 10 and 16, 1955 and to retrace the creation of this masterpiece. In addition to the complete recording sessions with Bach's Goldberg Variations on 5 CDs (including the dialogues in the studio between him and his producer), the limited edition includes the final album on CD and on 180g vinyl as well as a CD with Glenn Gould Discusses His Performances of the "Goldberg Variations" with Tim Page. The accompanying 280-page hardcover book with 45 sensational, previously unpublished photos from the recording sessions, a complete reprint of the piano sheet music, several essays and - with more than 20 facsimiles of archival material offer a perfect overview of the entire production process of the recording.