That looks like a good deal. I suspect it might really be Jean-Pierre Armengaud and not Dubravka Tomsic, though I wish it were.
Searching Allmusic and Arkivmusic I can find no indication that Tomsic recorded the complete music of Debussy though there are gazillions of single piece recordings. She had what appears to be a single disc recording on Stradivari 6078, but I cannot find a full listing for that. On the other hand, Armengaud has a complete cycle still listed on Arkiv.
As you say, it's all rather inconclusive. Can anyone else help?
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