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Wedding Collections for Violin and Cello Duet Sheet Music

We have two wedding collections for violin and cello duet sheet music. They both include ten pieces of music – each complete with individual parts and score. The standard of music in both albums is intermediate and advanced.

About our wedding collections for violin and cello duet sheet music

When selecting our two wedding collections we have focused on some of the best known wedding music. Much of this  is ideal for the wedding ceremony itself. But we have also included pieces which would work well for the reception.Good value for money and the popularity of the music have been key considerations. And as always we have used our imagination to ensure our arrangements are effective and characterful.

Wedding Collection 1  for violin and cello duet

The pieces in this collection are the  most popular and famous wedding pieces. They are: Bridal Chorus, Pachelbel’s Canon, Air on a G String, Flower Duet, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba,Te Deum, Prince of Denmark’s March, My Love is Like a Red, Red Rose, Can’t Help Lovin’ Dat Man and Brahms Hungarian Dance no 1. Most of these would work well as guests arrive, for the bridal ceremony and for the reception.

Wedding Collection 2 for violin and cello duet

The pieces in Collection 2 are especially suitable to be played as guests arrive or at receptions.They are Exsultate Jubilate, Chiome D’Oro, Fairest Isle, Gloria, Boccherini’s Minuet, Coppelia Waltz, Tambourin, Londonderry Air, Jeanie and Lark in the Clear Air. The last three beautiful folk tunes would also be a lovely choice for the signing.

How much playing time is in each album?

Each album contains at least half an hour of playing time in total. If you buy both albums you have a complete repertoire of wedding music for violin and cello duet which can be downloaded as many times as you want for less than £90.

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Not just for weddings

Regardless of whether you are playing for weddings, this is wonderful music, ideal for anyone who wants to explore the violin and cello duet repertoire – and excellent value.

Joanna Borrett

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