The Swiss record label Claves has a diverse catalogue offering a wide range of classical music. They focus on recordings by young artists, renowned and established musicians playing rare repertoire, Swiss interpreters and composers, works previously un-released on CD and re-issuing historical recordings. Artists who have recorded for Claves included Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Teresa Berganza and Ernst Haeflinger; their historical releases include archive recordings from Radio Télévision Suisse by great performers the likes of Clara Haskil, Emil Gilels and Arthur Grumiaux.
Further Reading: Claves
The Swiss harpist talks about his new album of nineteenth-century solo harp repertoire, the instrument's development over that period, and the struggle over which design would win out as its modern form.