The Voice Of Rebellion

Why 'The Voice Of Rebellion?'

Our philosophy is simple: we hear tonally. If we write atonally it is because a decision has been taken to write what we don’t hear, similar to a painter painting what he doesn’t see. European musical tradition has developed over at least eight centuries, from a single vocal line to a system of complex counterpoint and the subsequent invention of the well-tempered scale in the 17th century. Counterpoint, harmony and modulation are the unique offshoots of this evolution. To abandon this unprecedented language for a tower of Babel is folly and arrogance.

We consider ourselves rebellious, as we are against the sonic experiments that masquerade as serious music, but in favour of resurrecting the disciplines we have abandoned and which lie at the core of the great European tradition.


Liaison, Piano Works by A. Berg, F. Schubert, B. Bartók and É. Tanguy

Featuring World premiere recording of Eric Tanguy’s Toccata.
‘Liaison’ will be released on the 4th of May by Genuin Classics.

Alban Berg (1885–1935)

Franz Schubert (1797–1828)
Piano Sonata No. 17 in D major, Op. 53, D. 850 (1825)

Béla Bartók (1881–1945)
Romanian Folk Dances, Sz. 56 (1915)

Éric Tanguy (*1968)


Piano Music for Four Hands by Franz Schubert, and transcription by Jeremy Menuhin

‘Schubert’s piano works are some of the most precious gems of the repertoire. Mindful of this, Jeremy Menuhin and his partner Mookie Lee-Menuhin approach this deep and somber music, which only approaches anything cheerful or lighthearted at rare moments, with great sensitivity. With the Menuhins, the music breathes, allowing the endless melodies and long musical lines of works like the F-minor Fantasy to unfold. An exciting new discovery is the original piano transcription, by Yehudi Menuhin’s son, of the slow movement from the “Death and the Maiden” string quartet. The two fabulous pianists are presenting it here in a world premiere recording.’ – Jessica Duchen

Franz Schubert (1797-1828) – Lebensstürme, D 947


‘Transformation of the variation movement from the quartet ‘Death and the Maiden’



Revive this nearly forgotten score in a sensitive and compassionate performance.. prefer a more delicate touch in the opening movement .. and thus give a more ‘airborne’ quality to the tune .. convey the religious ardour of the beautiful second movement with similar restraint.. the transcendence of the movement is captured more persuasively.

DSCH Journal

Igor Stravinsky, 'Symphony of Psalms' (arr. piano duet by Dimitri Shostakovich, c. 1930).


Jeremy Menuhin plays of Beethoven’s Sonatas and Concerti.

Disc 1 Beethoven Sonatas: Sonata opus 110 in A flat major

Jeremy Menuhin plays of Beethoven’s Sonatas and Concerti.

Disc 2 Beethoven Concerti: Piano concerto No. 1 in C major opus 15

Jeremy Menuhin plays of Beethoven’s Sonatas and Concerti.