Reinvented for cello and piano by two artists whose reputation is unequivocal, these Images oubliées paint a timeless portrait of a musical legend.
By merging these two instruments, the atmospheres evoked by these pieces become even more defined. The solo aspect of these works is therefore transformed into a dialogue, which enables Debussy’s music to resonate differently. It is either more intimate, or more grandiose at times, but always intent on creating a noteworthy connection with the audience. Hence, the evocative power of these compositions is inevitably altered, portraying their own story as well as that of the two musicians who recount it.
With Images oubliées, cellist Stéphane Tétreault and pianist Olivier Hébert-Bouchard set forth a musical retrospection of Claude Debussy’s life, transporting you through some of the most touching pages of his musical legacy.
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