For the first time, the dozens of film and television programs Glenn Gould made with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation from 1954 to 1977 are collected in their entirety in Glenn Gould on Television– The Complete CBC Broadcasts. This specially priced 10-DVD set contains all the original broadcasts unedited and uncut, as they were originally conceived by Glenn Gould and the CBC. More than 19 hours of TV specials, concert performances, interviews and discussions make it possible to discover what Gould always considered some of his most significant and original life's work, most of which has not been seen since it was first telecast. Glenn Gould on Television includes a full color booklet with liner notes by Tim Page and contains many previously unseen performances of works by Scriabin, Schoenberg, Stravinsky, Walton, Hindemith, Bartók, Copland, Poulenc and Prokofieff. DVD #1: (1954 - 1974) Early TV performances and program excerpts 1954–1966: The Subject is Beethoven; DVD #2: (1962)Music in the U.S.S.R., Glenn Gould on Bach from Sunday Concert; DVD #3: (1962 & 1963) Richard Strauss - A Personal View: The Anatomy of the Fugue; DVD 4: (1964 & 1966) Duo - Glenn Gould and Yehudi Menuhin: Anthology of Variation from Concerti for Four Wednesdays; DVD #5: (1966) Conversations with Glenn Gould, Humphrey Burton Interviews: Bach & Beethoven; DVD #6: (1966) Conversations with Glenn Gould, Humphrey Burton Interviews: R. Strauss & Schoenberg; DVD #7: (1967) Music for a Sunday Afternoon, Mozart & Beethoven: The Canada Centennial Concert; DVD #8: (1970) The Idea of North, A film by Judith Pearlman, The Beethoven Bicentennial Concert; DVD #9: (1974 & 1975) Musicamera - Music In Our Time, The Age of Ecstasy: 1900–1910, The Flight from Order: 1910–1920; DVD #10: (1975 & 1977), Musicamera - Music In Our Time New Faces, Old Forms: 1920–1930, The Artist as Artisan: 1930–1940.