Debussy’s lost interpreter: Marius-François Gaillard

It came as a shock to hear such Debussy. About Marius-François Gaillard all one could instantly find was that he recorded works … Continue reading

Traces of Debussy, part II: Debussy’s Ear

To the left: now the right: where they live:   Another post to reveal Debussy up-close and from within as … Continue reading

Traces of Debussy, part I: Two Hungarian violists

    To supplement our recent publication of lost recordings played by masters of Debussy’s music we dive into the … Continue reading

A visit with Soulima Stravinsky

His thin blond hair cut round in bangs, Soulima Stravinsky stands at medium height, with the identical mustache, hands, and … Continue reading

Bartók exploring Transylvania.

  When a grandiose culture encounters a “lesser” one in its midst, the potential for something remarkable arises. One instance … Continue reading

Reflections on the roots of American Music

  Cheyenne warrior Before arrivals came from all corners of the earth, our Native Americans had ongoing traditions that others … Continue reading