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25 June 2015, 14:57
The Brooklyn Duo are making a big splash on social media with their cello and piano reworkings of massive hits from the pop and rock world. They're husband and wife, too, so that's nice. It's definitely our new favourite thing - and we thought you'd like it.
An elegant duet to turn the British singer/songwriter's single Photograph into an expansive Brahmsian adagio. Next up, Nickleback’s song of the same title, please and thank you.
ED SHEERAN on cello and piano! "Photograph", performed live by Brooklyn Duo. #edsheeran #brooklynduo #photographiTunes Link: http://bit.ly/1puq3MhPosted by Brooklyn Duo on Tuesday, 16 June 2015
Next up, Taylor Swift's new epic fight anthem, Bad Blood. And we're loving that early romantic fantasy we can catch there at times. Pro tip from us, yelling out 'hey' won't really work at Wigmore Hall. One day, maybe.
Taylor Swift on cello and piano! "Bad Blood", performed live by Brooklyn Duo.iTunes Link: http://bit.ly/1puq3Mh
Posted by Brooklyn Duoon Tuesday, 9 June 2015
Classic heavy metal ballad, anyone? Marnie roars into some epic lines while getting very familiar with the lowest octave of her piano in this rendition of Nothing Else Matters, but Patrick gets the best part here: those glissandi may break the Rachmaninov spell, but they do sound pretty cool.
METALLICA on piano and cello. "Nothing Else Matters", performed live by Brooklyn Duo.iTunes Link: http://bit.ly/1puq3MhPosted by Brooklyn Duo on Tuesday, 2 June 2015
Someone Like You, the break-up anthem of the decade, gets appropriate treatment from that most tear-jerking of all instruments, the cello. And there are arpeggios too. No, no, it's just a bit of rosin in our eye...
#tbt to one of our favorite songs of all time: "Someone Like You", performed live on cello and piano.It's on iTunes too: http://bit.ly/1puq3MhSheet Music: http://bit.ly/1yLyF9DPosted by Brooklyn Duo on Thursday, 30 April 2015
Like what you hear? They are totally worth a 'like' on Facebook. Here's to many more epic pop sonatas, guys!