Roger and I recently recorded some of the violin and cello duet sheet music arrangements we are now selling on line. We made the recordings at the wonderful Wadenhoe Church in Northamptonshire which is idyllically situated at the top on a hill – isolated from roads and noise. Having recently read Andrew Graham Dixon’s book, A History of British Art which explains the extent of the destruction of British art in churches during the reformation I kept wondering how much more decorative Wadenhoe Church would have been before this took place. Its atmosphere remains tranquil though and it is a beautiful place to work ; we are extremely grateful to the parish for allowing us to record there.
Our violin and cello duet sheet music sales are going well – it’s quite weird that the internet has made it so easy and quick to sell to clients at the other end of the world – and we look forward to putting the recordings on line later this month.