Lifting the lid on Debussy’s Canope

Debussy’s Canope seems to clash with the other occupants inside his second book of Prèludes, or to obtrude among anything … 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

What’s new?

  How lucky can one get? New things appear on the path as sound archaeology mixes and messes with varied eruptions so … Continue reading

A cellist summons the Mongols

  When a cello plays you expect its low range to provide a buttress that stabilizes its highest singing registers that copy operatic and … Continue reading