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Cello Duets You Can Buy Nowhere Else!

The cello duo sheet music repertoire has always been surprisingly small, so we’ve decided to expand it. Our newly created cello duos are based on our violin and cello sheet music arrangements and are intermediate to advanced in standard. Cello duets are extremely enjoyable to play and can be great fun in lessons, giving the […]

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Sensuous sheet music for sale…

You can now buy our arrangement of Monteverdi’s Chiome d’Oro (Golden Head of Hair) at our violin and cello duet wedding sheet music online shop here: http://www.fedorastrings.com/product-category/sheet-music-sales/ This lively and vibrant piece is one of Monteverdi’s erotic madrigals and is about the attractions of women and the effect they have on men. Here’s a translation of the […]

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New Violin and Cello Duet Music: The Prince of Denmark’s March

We are now selling our arrangement of The Prince of Denmark’s  March by Jeremiah Clarke online. This famous celebratory piece is frequently played at wedding ceremonies and  has lots of elaboration and flourishes, but although the music is so popular, few people remember the prince it was written for. Jeremiah Clarke George, Prince of Denmark and […]

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Wedding receptions and ceremonies in Peterborough and Suffolk: Hengrave Hall, Bury St Edmunds

Yesterday our string duo played for a wedding ceremony and reception  at Hengrave Hall on the outskirts of  Bury St Edmunds. Hengrave Hall is a grand tudor  house set in 50 acres of grounds and was once popular with Elizabeth 1st, who was a frequent guest.   We had been asked to play a selection […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Northamptonshire: Dodford Manor

Last weekend we were engaged to play for a wedding at the lovely Dodford Manor which is situated in beautiful countryside in Northamptonshire. We performed in the Minstrels’ Gallery where we had good view of most of the ceremony, but needed someone to let us know exactly when the bride started to walk down the aisle. We’d […]

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