"He said, 'Let's go for an automobile ride, and I'll show you Toronto,' " Leonard Bernstein recalls. "So, well, what is there to see? It was cold, and it was getting dark, and I had sort of seen it the day before. So we went out, Glenn in his usual three coats and two hats, and I don't know how many pairs of gloves. We got into his car, which was a black sedan. He turned the heat up to maximum, and the radio volume up to maximum, and he got a station that was playing pop tunes, and Petula Clark was singing, and I said, 'Do you really want to hear this?' It was so hot in that car, I can't tell you, and the music was so loud, and there was nothing to see - it was growing dark - but we drove around for maybe half an hour, having a conversation by shouting over this radio full blast, and that was our tour of Toronto."
Otto Friedrich, Glenn Gould: A Life and Variations.