London Duo

Trained at the Royal Academy of Music, the award-winning musicians of the London Duo provide exclusive background music for corporate events, parties and weddings. Performing on violin and double bass, this beautifully elegant female duo play from an impressive repertoire of classical, jazz and popular music, whilst also being able to arrange any piece, or song on request.

Habanera – Bizet

Canon – Pachelbel

Jeeves and Wooster – Dudley

Let’s Face the Music and Dance – Berlin

Tainted Love – Cobb/Soft Cell

Rolling in the Deep – Adele

These world-class musicians have previously performed at the most prestigious venues in London including Kensington Palace, the National Gallery, Claridges, the Wigmore Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. Their high level of skill, and meticulous attention to detail, mean they will meet the needs of your event perfectly, whether you prefer Handel, Gershwin or Adele. Their image can be tailored to suit, with either long glamorous Grecian white, long black or chic knee-length black dresses.

Repertoire List
Classical
Air on a G String – Bach
Arioso – Bach
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Ave Maria – Schubert
Bolero – Ravel
Bridal Chorus (processional) – Wagner
Canon – Pachelbel
Chanson de Matin – Elgar
Chanson de Nuit – Elgar
Czdas – Monti
Gavotte 1 & 2 (Suite No. 3 in D Major) – Bach
Gymnopedie No. 1 – Satie
Habanera – Bizet
Hungarian Dances – Brahms
Jesu Joy of a Man’s Desiring – Bach
Largo (Winter, Four Seasons) – Vivaldi
Music for the Royal Fireworks – Handel
 Bourrée
 La Paix
 La Rejouissance
Pavane – Faure
Rondo alla Turca – Mozart
Salut d’Amour – Elgar
Trumpet Voluntary (‘Prince of Denmark’) – Clarke
Waltz No. 2 (Jazz Suite No. 2) – Shostakovich
Water Music – Handel
 Air
 Bourrée
 Hornpipe
Wedding March (recessional) – Mendelssohn

Jazz
A Fine Romance – Kern/Fields
A Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square – Maschwitz/Sherward
Blue Moon – Rogers
Come Fly With Me – Cahn/Van Heusen
Fascinating Rhythm – Gershwin
Fever – Davenport/Cooley
I Get a Kick Out of You – Cole Porter
It Don’t Mean a Thing – Duke Ellington
(if it ain’t got that swing)
It Had to be You – Jones/Kahn
Jeeves and Wooster – Dudley
Let’s Face the Music and Dance – Nat King Cole
Mack the Knife (Threepenny Opera) – Weill
Minor Swing – Reinhardt/Grappelli
Moon River – Mancini
Sway – Ruiz
Sweet Georgia Brown – Bernie/Pinkard/Casey
Summertime – Gershwin
Take Five – Brubeck
Unsquare Dance – Brubeck
You Make Me Feel So Young – Myrow/Gordon

Popular Songs
Angels – Robbie Williams
Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
Back to Black – Amy Winehouse
Blue Monday – New Order
Greatest Day – Take That
Here, There and Everywhere – Lennon-McCartney (The Beatles)
I Can’t Get No Satisfaction – Rolling Stones
I Heard it Through the Grapevine – Mavin Gaye
I Want to Break Free – Queen
Let it Be – Lennon-McCartney (The Beatles)
Make You Feel My Love – Adele
Paradise – Coldplay
Rolling in the Deep – Adele
Seven Nation Army – White Stripes
Shine – Take That
She Loves You – Lennon-Mccartny (The Beatles)
Stand by Me – Ben E. King
Tainted Love – Ed Cobb (Soft Cell)
With or Without You – U2
Wonderwall – Oasis
Wondrous Place – Billy Fury
Yellow – Coldplay

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