After George De Decker had written his aria WIT IN WIT, he wanted to link a series of variations to it, just like Bach in his Goldberg Variations. He listened to and analysed countless versions and arrangements and then went to work himself. He retained the original keys and characters of Bach's masterpiece, but sought out the essence of each variation. This resulted in the Goldberg Variations Revisited: a fragile relief of sound, noise and silence for solo piano and tape in a masterly interpretation by Geert Callaert.
Wit in wit - Goldberg variations revisited, for Piano solo & pre-recorded stereophonic tape
Henry Le Boeuf Hall
Rue Ravenstein 23 1000 BRUSSELS
Level 2 ≤ 95 db