Raphaëlle Moreau and Célia Oneto Bensaid take a tour of Europe through four female composers who were celebrated during their lifetime but have since fallen into guilty oblivion. Four different languages, three sonatas at the turn of the 1920s, two miniatures from the immediate post-war period: a rich sound photograph that finally gives voice to the genius of four singular destinies, the Frenchwoman Marguerite Canal, the Croatian Dora Pejačević, the Dutchwoman Henriëtte Bosmans and the Polish Grażyna Bacewicz.