Ceremonial music: VIOLIN

If you’ve attended any weddings as a guest, have you happened to see an evening party that doesn’t take off, a desolately empty runway an evening party with very high expectations left unexpected?

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The Violin

To set music to your ceremony with an elegant and classical instrument

The violin is the instrument with the highest tessitura of all strings. Precisely because of its brilliant and intense timbre, as well as its history, tradition and repertoire, it is the solo instrument par excellence.

Its violin characteristics.

It can be included in many ensembles and perform almost any melody. Alone or with the accompaniment of an instrument such as harp or piano for a more intimate and suave atmosphere. In a restricted ensemble such as a string quartet for a more complete and refined performance. Within a full orchestra to express his singing and virtuosity to the fullest.

Violin repertoire.

Also in terms of repertoire, just like a singer’s voice, it can be used in all the most famous pieces of classical and modern repertoire. From Bach to movie soundtracks that have moved you. From Mozart to songs that have made pop music history!

And if you have already thought.

Of entrusting the main melody of your favorite song to a soprano or other voice? No problem! The violin, together perhaps with another instrument (keyboard, harp, cello, viola, etc.), may well fit the role of second voice or support to the main song.

And remember. Paganini does not repeat himself” (Paganini).

Because the most famous violinist of all time was an Italian, Niccolò Paganini, born in Genoa in 1782. Many of the world’s most famous and appreciated luthiers are also Italian. These included Antonio Stradivari, Giovanni Paolo Maggini, and Giovanni Battista Guadagnini.

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