Antonioli uses an inspired collection of standards that perfectly meld with the originals.

The two artists allow Alexander Scriabin’s “Prelude in E-flat Minor” to carefully dissolve into “My Funny Valentine.” Long relegated to the stack of standards that should no longer be covered, “Valentine” is daunting. Only the most original and creative interpretations need be tried with this piece of music. Gladly, the two transmogrify the piece into something delicate and special. They take “Valentine,” “Haunted Heart,” and “Over the Rainbow” and define the modern art song as if they breathed the same air as Schubert and Wolf.