Married Couple Teams Up For A ‘Sound Of Silence’ Duet On Piano &Cello That’s Stunning

Sound Of Silence duet

Be inspired by this beautiful The Sound Of Silence duet performed by the talented husband and wife team of Brooklyn Duo. The classical arrangement of this legendary song on piano and cello comes together perfectly!

Simon & Garfunkel originally released The Sound Of Silence in 1964. Since that time, many artists have lent their voices to the tune.

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One of the most well-known covers comes from the rock band, Disturbed, in 2015. Recently, a cappella group Pentatonix released their own version of The Sound Of Silence and it skyrocketed in popularity.

Today, we're hearing an entirely new The Sound Of Silence duet, with a nod to classical music, and it's absolutely stunning.

"Hello darkness, my old friend

I’ve come to talk with you again

Because a vision softly creeping

Left its seeds while I was sleeping

And the vision that was planted in my brain

Still remains

Within the sound of silence"

Husband And Wife Duo With A Classical Take

Marnie and Patrick Laird are a husband and wife team that has risen in Internet fame for their stunning classical crossovers. Marnie and Patrick, both classically trained musicians, met while attending a Chamber Music Festival in 2006.

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Known by their stage name, Brooklyn Duo, these two have been making viral performances for years including stunning renditions of ‘Shallow' and ‘Hallelujah.' Today, they're performing a The Sound Of Silence duet for a one-of-a-kind arrangement using the cello and piano.

As Marnie sits at the piano, Patrick is in front with the cello. And as they play this iconic song, it's truly an entirely new experience.

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I just love this mix of classical and rock that gives homage to the original piece. Who else had to listen to this one again?

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