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Why not have an all-strings version of your favorite tune play as you walk down the aisle?
As if we needed remembering, Yo-Yo Ma —amid pursuing a titanic Bach project—released a quick reminder of his versatility. While all covers start from a place of admiration, a lackluster cover can feel uninspired. Strings in particular are ideal vehicles for such projects. Ma also resurrects the moving rawness that many of us forgot the song has. But, as pop hits usually do, it became overplayed. We became numb. It colonized radio stations, shopping mall sound systems, and even wedding first dances. Sorry, Taylor, this is better than the original by far. While it was difficult to choose just one 2Cellos cover, this arrangement wins for its ability to make you recall why you first sunk into love with the original. The pre-chorus almost begs one to dance, the dusky melodic line sailing over choppy jabs.
Looking for instrumental wedding songs? There are so many gorgeous stripped-down versions to fall in love with—and they're particularly perfect for weddings since they seamlessly blend into the background, letting the bride and groom take center stage. From contemporary hits to rock classics and country jams , you're sure to find instrumental renditions you'll love among our top picks. You'll hear Vitamin String Quartet's gorgeous acoustic renditions of popular tunes, which would be great for a first dance, processional , and reception, respectively. We can't forget the dramatic, practically weeping cellos of 2Cellos, and the chemistry-laden duets of Brooklyn Duo. Other artists do an equally amazing job at turning pop music into lovely instrumentals. All of these, and the other songs you'll hear, are well worth considering for your walk down the aisle or your wedding reception playlist. Below we've curated a list of of the best instrumental wedding songs to walk down the aisle to. Why We Love It: "A deeply touching instrumental arrangement lends an organic feel to any ceremony.
Posted by StringOvation Team on Nov 11, Here are some popular cello songs which are perfect for just that. Designed to be performed solo, these pieces are easy to recognize because they are part of our popular culture, making it simple to impress your friends and family when conducting impromptu performances. This list is composed of popular cello songs that are designed to meet or enhance beginner and intermediate playing skills. This is a great song for beginner cellists to learn. With common time and a slew of fundamental quarters and eighths, the basic verses and chorus are easy to master and play solo. It is another excellent song for beginning cellists to learn and practice.