Duet: And Two to Carry Your Soul Away Sidebar 3: Who Was Who, etc.
The Janácek and Enescu works were recorded at St. Francis Auditorium, Museum of Fine Arts, Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 30 & 31, and April 1, 1998; the Schulhoff at the Loretto Chapel, Santa Fe, New Mexico, November 18 & 19, 1997.
Recording Equipment: two Brüel & Kjaer 4006 1/2" omnidirectional microphones with (diffuse-field) nose-cone grids; two Brüel & Kjaer 4011 1/2" cardioid microphones; Audio Engineering Associates 27" microphone bar and Stereoscope; Cardas 300B, Canare, and AudioQuest Lapis balanced microphone cables; Millennia Media HV-3B solid-state microphone preamplifier (omnis); Forssell M-2a tube microphone preamplifier (cardioids); Manley 20-bit and dCS 902D 24-bit, two-channel A/D converters; Apogee Wyde-Eye, Canare, and Madrigal AES/EBU digital cables; Nagra-D open-reel, 4-track digital tape recorder; BASF tape; Dorrough AES/EBU level meter; Sonic Solutions SonicStudio v.5.2.1 digital audio workstation with 15GB hard drive; Meridian 518 Mastering Converter (reclocking for recording and noise-shaping for mastering).
Producers: Ida Levin, Diane Walsh, John Atkinson
Executive Producer: Gretchen Grogan
Engineering/Editing: John Atkinson
Assistant Engineer: Wes Phillips
Piano Technician: Michael Blackwell
Page Turner: Kent Williamson
Art Direction & Booklet Design: Kathleen Robin Lowry
Photography: David Hendrick
And thanks to: Steven K. Lee and Jamie Ryan (Canorus); John La Grou (Millennia Media); Fred Forssell (Forssell); Wes Dooley (Audio Engineering Associates); Nancy Belt (Nagra USA); Rob Hofkamp (TGI/B&K); George Cardas (Cardas); Bill Low (AudioQuest); Bob Stuart (Meridian); Les Edelberg (Audio Power Industries); Jim Thiel and Kathy Gornik (Thiel Loudspeakers); Jon Herron (Madrigal Audio Laboratories); Bryan Shaw (Digital Brothers); and the staff of Stereophile for their time and enthusiasm.