Schumann, Debussy and now the Silver-Garburg Duo
The Silver-Garburg Duo often deal with the exciting relationship between the original and the arrangement because of their instrumentation. On "Illumination" the celebrated duo dedicates itself to a programme with arrangements for two pianos, which illuminates great works in a new way and unites the versatility of romantic composing in itself.
From today on there is the first foretaste of the upcoming album. The "6 Studies in Canonical Form, Op. 56: IV. Innig" were originally composed by Robert Schumann and later arranged by Claude Debussy. He did not make any significant changes to the structure of the work, but paid particular attention to its sound and to making its lines and polyphonic elements audible.
How the piece sounds with the Silver-Garburg Duo can now be listened to on all common platforms.