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Glass Museum revisit ‘Caillebotis’ for a piano solo rework

Piano electronic duo revisit a track for an intimate reworking.

Glass Museum’s 2022 album ‘Reflet‘ is a superb album full of soaring piano, synths and drums. Marking the 1 year anniversary of the album, the duo have reworked the opening track ‘Caillebotis’ into an intimate piano solo arrangement. By rearranging something that moves between sweeping ambient, jazz pulsating into a soft hammer piano piece, Glass Museum have given the piece new meaning and life. It sounds majestic, alluring and at times a little dangerous too, without ever raising its voice.

‘Caillebotis (Piano solo rework)’ is out now. Enjoy the music video recording of it below.

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