Joan Massià (1890–1969) was a catalan composer and virtuoso violinist trained in Brussels by Alfred Marchot (himself a pupil of the legendary Eugène Ysaÿe). His first wife was the French pianist and student of d'Indy, Blanche Selva, (1884-1942) who gave the première in Paris of Albéniz’s Iberia. Massià and Selva recorded in duo this César Franck Sonata, that was highly acclaimed at that time. 

Early made in UK on Columbia, DX 239-242, Dark blue & gold original mono label, 4 x 12" records, issued in a gold lettering embossed deluxe shellacs set, recorded in 1930. - Saulo Zuccello