Niagara Wedding Musicians Pillar and Post. This was such a beautiful day! We love performing at the Rose Garden as it is just so perfect for an outdoor wedding. Our string trio performed the following music and even added an additional recessional song to make the day even more special for the Laura and Vince, the bride and groom.
We love performing at the Pillar and post, and the Rose garden is perfect for our more intimate ensembles, of solo violin, solo cello, and string duo and trio.
Bridesmaids: Bach AirOne of our favourite songs to perform for the wedding party. This music is serene, and has an incredible flow to it. It works will with our string duo and quartet. Bach’s “Air on the G String” is a beautiful and timeless piece of music that is often chosen as a popular selection for wedding ceremonies. Originally written for orchestra, it has since been arranged for a variety of instrumental ensembles, including string trio. The piece is known for its simple, yet elegant melody that is carried by the first violin, while the other two string instruments provide a rich harmonic foundation. The slow tempo and sustained notes create a sense of calm and serenity that is perfect for wedding ceremonies. One of the benefits of choosing “Air on the G String” for string trio is the flexibility it offers in terms of instrumentation. A standard string trio consists of a violin, viola, and cello, but it can be adapted to other combinations of string instruments, such as two violins and a cello. Additionally, the piece can be performed in a variety of settings, whether it’s an indoor or outdoor ceremony, in a church or outdoor venue, or as part of a larger ensemble. The adaptability and versatility of “Air on the G String” make it an excellent choice for wedding music.
Bride: Pachelbel Canon in DAlways a classic! Pachelbel’s Canon in D is a popular and beloved piece of music that is often chosen for wedding ceremonies, particularly for string ensembles. The piece was originally written for three violins and basso continuo, but has since been arranged for a variety of instrumental ensembles, including string quartet, string trio, and even solo instruments.
Repeated chordsThe canon is characterized by its repeating chord progression and melody that is passed between the instruments, creating a beautiful and complex tapestry of sound. The piece begins with a simple melody played by the violins, which is then joined by the viola and cello to create a full and rich harmonic foundation.
VersatileOne of the benefits of choosing Pachelbel’s Canon in D for a wedding string ensemble is its versatility. The piece can be performed in a variety of settings, whether it’s an indoor or outdoor ceremony, in a church or outdoor venue, or as part of a larger ensemble. It’s also adaptable to different instrumental combinations, allowing for flexibility in ensemble formation. The piece has a timeless quality that transcends generations and is enjoyed by people of all ages. Its soft and gentle melody makes it a perfect choice for setting the romantic and emotional tone of a wedding ceremony.
Signing: Bach: Jesu Joy of Mans desiring
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ReviewsWe are proud to be one of the most reviewed String Quartet and ensembles for weddings.not just in Niagara, but in all of Canada: https://www.weddingwire.ca/wedding-music/duo-damore–e8347
More about our wedding ensembles:The ensemble is made up of talented and experienced musicians, including violinists, cellists, and violists. Their expertise and passion for music are evident in every performance, and their attention to detail ensures that each performance is a polished and professional affair. Whether you’re looking for a solo violinist, a duet, or a full string quartet, Duo d’Amore can accommodate your needs and provide the perfect entertainment for your event. One of the things that sets Duo d’Amore apart from other musical acts is their commitment to providing high-quality entertainment. The ensemble takes pride in their work and strives to create a musical experience that exceeds their clients’ expectations. From the moment you book them for your event, the ensemble will work closely with you to ensure that your musical entertainment is tailored to your needs and preferences. They will work with you to select the perfect music for your event, and they will be available to answer any questions you may have along the way. If you’re looking for musical entertainment for your wedding ceremony in Niagara, Ontario, look no further than Duo d’Amore. With ourpassion for music, commitment to quality, and expertise in creating a customized musical experience, the ensemble is sure to provide you with the perfect musical entertainment for your special day. Whether you’re looking for classical pieces or contemporary music to get your guests up and dancing, Duo d’Amore can provide the perfect musical accompaniment to your event. So why wait? Book Duo d’Amore for your next event and experience the beauty and elegance of a professional string ensemble.
From classical to pop musicWe have over 5 hours of classical music for our violinists, cellist and string ensembles in Niagara–one of the largest in Canada. We are constantly updating our music selections to include Top 40 as well as Rock, jazz, and other pop music for string quartet and ensembles.
Classical violin wedding songs
- “Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel
- “Bridal Chorus” from “Lohengrin” by Richard Wagner
- “Wedding March” from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Felix Mendelssohn
- “The Four Seasons: Spring” by Antonio Vivaldi
- “The Swan” from “Carnival of the Animals” by Camille Saint-Saëns
- “Ave Maria” by Charles Gounod
- “Rondeau” by Jean-Joseph Mouret
- “Trumpet Voluntary” by Jeremiah Clarke
- “Moon River” by Henry Mancini
- “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” by Johann Sebastian Bach
Pop violin wedding songsHere are a number pop violin wedding songs that our string ensembles typically perform in Niagara: Here is a list of popular pop music violin wedding songs that could be great choices for your special day:
- “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri
- “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran
- “All of Me” by John Legend
- “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran
- “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith
- “Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley
- “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra
- “At Last” by Etta James