October 11, 2021 marks the 125th anniversary of Anton Bruckner's death. Today, the name of the great composer is synonymous with masterful creations in the field of symphonic and sacred music - in contrast, his piano works, although musically quite peculiar and appealing, may be considered largely unknown to a wide audience. Knowledge of them, however, offers a facet of possibilities for approaching the master's oeuvre in the most diverse ways. References to musical models and different compositional techniques, the emergence of emotional states and mental states contribute to rounding out the picture of Bruckner's personality and clarifying his musical career. Volume XII/2 "Works for Piano Two Hands" of the New Bruckner Complete Edition is presented here for the first time as a video recording, recorded by the Lithuanian pianist Vadim Chaimovich, who lives in Wiesbaden - the performer behind the most listened-to Chopin sound recording on YouTube with 180 million views - and who was inspired for this, among other things, by video formats such as Daniel Hope's house concerts "Hope at home". The project was funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.