Wedding Collection


These titles, particularly useful for quartets performing for weddings and receptions, are available individually or at a special price for all (see below)

#403. J.S.Bach, Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring $6.00

#404. J.S.Bach, Aria from Cantata #78 (“Wir eilen mit schwachen…”) set of parts $6.00; score, $4.00

#416. J.S.Bach, Bist Du Bei Mir (a meditative chorale, excellent at weddings) $6.00

#421. J.S.Bach, Komm Süsser Tod (another meditative chorale, excellent at weddings) set of parts $6.00; score, $4.00

#405. G. Bizet, Adagietto (from L’Arlesienne) $5.00

#420. J. Brahms, Es Ist ein Ros’ Entsprungen (A Rose is Gently Blooming) (a quiet meditative piece, originally for organ)
set of parts $6.00; score, $4.00

#456. E. Elgar, Cantique (Originally for organ) set of parts $6.00; score, $4.00

#455. E. Elgar, Nimrod (from Enigma Variations) $5.00

#454. G. Fauré, Pie Jesu (from Requiem) $5.00

#459. G.F. Handel, Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (from Solomon) — a “duelling fiddles” version, in which the diddle-diddles are batted back and forth between first and second violin, with some participation by viola, while the cello provides the chug-chug which keeps the whole thing bubbling along. set of parts $7.00; score, $5.00

#407. G.F. Handel, March from Scipio (a great recessional. Also available for trio) set of parts $5.00; score, $4.00

#427. J.-J. Mouret, Rondeau (“Masterpiece Theatre” theme) $5.00

#429. W.A. Mozart, March of Priests (Opening of Act II, Zauberflöte; this makes a lovely intimate processional) $5.00

#415. E. Satie, Gymnopédie #2 $5.00

#423. F. Schubert, Ave Maria (this arrangement gives the melody to viola first, then to first violin) $6.00

#424. F. Schubert, Litanei (auf das Fest aller Seelen) (a haunting song, which William Primrose recorded in a version for viola and piano). $5.00

#448. Schubert, Serenade (Ständchen). A democratic version of this well-loved song, in which each of the four instruments gets a chance to sing to the others. $6.00

#422. Wedding Pieces: Four favourites in one publication: “Processional” Wedding March (Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin); Ich Liebe Dich (Grieg); The Rosary (Ethelbert Nevin); “Recessional” Wedding March (from Midsummer Night’s Dream) $12.00

#450. Hava Nagila (traditional) – essential at Jewish weddings! $5.00

Special: Buy six or more of the above titles (#403 Jesu through #450 Hava) and choose an additional title FREE. (equal or lesser value)

Or consider the whole package:
The Manontroppo Wedding Collection: All 22 titles above (#403 Jesu through #450 Hava), set of four parts, each spiral-bound to lie flat on the music stand, $88.00 (more than 20% off the total of individual prices, and no extra charge for the binding)