Tag Archives: Arthur Wenk

10 Questions for Arthur Wenk

Arthur Wenk is so multi-faceted he’s what would once have been called a Renaissance Man. I wrote about Wenk earlier this year in connection with the sesquicentennial of the birth of Claude Debussy: because among so many other achievements, Wenk … Continue reading

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Debussy and the writers

Every now and then life gives us a glimpse of hidden meanings.  Maybe it’s all in our head, but even so one can’t help wondering.  Coincidences can seem like more than mere chance. In the 1990s I spent a few … Continue reading

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