The indefatigable discographer

Patmore, David
June 2009
Classic Record Collector;Summer2009, Issue 57, p48
An interview with classical discographer Philip Stuart is presented. He cites his efforts to refine and clarify his work over the years. He shares that he uses recordings mainly to get to know unfamiliar repertoire, rather than to compare performances. He mentions the difficulties he faced in spotting and eliminating mistakes despite having a good proof-reader's eye.


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