Archy & Mehitabel Redux:
Lee Waters and Alexander Horwitz write, perform, and produce all of their work from a recording studio they built together in New York City.
Alexander's lineage as a composer can be traced all the way back to J.S. Bach.
Lee speaks several unusual languages and lived in Siberia for a while because of it.
They record primarily with Neumann microphones. Harpsichord parts are recorded on an instrument by Zuckerman. Piano parts are played on Steinway Model B.
Lee's voice is known in classical circles as "Basso Cantante" -- an extremely low register with unusual flexibility and sweetness.
Alexander's mother is herself an accomplished pianist although these days rides horses most of the time.
Although both from the same area of the middle of nowhere, Alexander and Lee didn't meet until they were living in the same derelict industrial park in Brooklyn, NY.