Tears, Elf Kings, and Michael Jackson

Anderson & Roe is not your typical virtuoso piano duo. In addition to breathtaking arrangements, they’ve built their career by making spectacular videos. 

Though they’ve been featured on The Savvy Musician Blog before, their latest video productions have won another feature spot. (And on a personal note, I’m excited to be currently working on a commission for this duo inspired by various American musical genres.)

Anderson & Roe’s haunting rendition of Schubert’s Erlkonig is below. Filmed in the Steinway factory, I doubt it’s been the same since.

 

Here is their take on Vivaldi’s Sento in Seno.

And now for something completely different.  If you haven’t heard Anderson & Roe’s cover of Michael Kackson’s Billie Jean, you’re in for an exhausting treat.

While there are hundreds of thousands of great performances captured on tape, the music videos featured on TSM blog feature musical creations that are unusual, innovative, humorous, or otherwise purple. This collection is fun–perhaps a stress reliever or diversion at a late night bash! It also provides you with an opportunity to discover new and creative musicians.

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