The Strad Magazine February 2019
A French special talking to cellist Bruno Philippe and investigating Eugène Sartory’s infamous court case. Philippe Graffin tracks down a lost version of an Ysaÿe sonata and Nicolas Gilles reveals his oil varnish recipe. Plus Gautier Capuçon, François Rabbath, and Daniel Hope on Franck
Elsewhere in the issue, the first of two parts on the New Complexity genre takes us to back to the late 1970s and 80s and a group of composers looking to extend musical language; and our Great Cellists series continues with a focus on the life and recorded legacy Miloš Sádlo, the Czech soloist, chamber musician and teacher.