The real heart of this recording lies in the intimacy of Miller's approach. “This work was written at a time when music was enjoyed in the comfort of home. It was played on instruments and experienced through acoustics that were woven into daily life.” Miller is one of many modern musicians who take an active part in reviving the “house concert” scene.
“Piano owners become very attached to the sound quality of their instruments. Though this project, I want to give others an opportunity to have a recording - or part of a recording - of the Goldberg Variations published, with the sounds of an instrument they already know and love.”
Young Chang 52" - Malini Bartels, Fort Collins, CO
Steinway 7' - Robin Shoemaker, New York, NY ·
Bösendorfer 6' - David Bolotin, Santa Fe, NM
Steinway 9', 1890 - St. John's College, Santa Fe, NM ·
Sojin 9' - Liza Wu, New York, NY
Kawai 7' - Giselle Whitwell, Austin, TX ·
Steinway 7' - Austin Waldorf School, Austin, TX
Steinway 7' - Wayland Academy, Beaver Dam, WI ·
Ehrard 7', 1890 - Dan Fahrlander, Fort Collins, CO
Steinway 7' - Michael Coonrod, Interlochen, MI
Steinway 9', 1927 - piano of Chip Miller in the home of Brenda and Kaare Remme, San Marcos, TX
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