Custom arrangements of favorite selections from pop or classical repertoire for a wedding ceremony are our most requested service. Any song or piece you can think of can be arranged or adapted for any combination of instruments or voices.
String Quartet Music
String Quartet arrangements can be done for all styles of music. Fans might be familiar with ensembles such as the Turtle Island String Quartet, Kronos Quartet, or the Vitamin String Quartet, who have brought interpretations of pop music into the “classical” repertoire through their ingenious arrangements and novel instrumentation of well-known pop songs.
The sound of a string quartet in a church is incredibly elegant and beautiful, passionate and romantic, with a sacred feeling. Custom arrangements for this setting are timeless and unforgettable.
Other combinations of instruments and voices
One customer asked for arrangements for 2 singers, piano, and string quartet.
Guitar and string trio is another request we’ve had.
Flute, violin and cello with voice is another combination.
Custom song written from your poem or lyric
Another unforgettable present for a new spouse could be a song written and arranged especially for the wedding. (We are also songwriters at Arranger for Hire.)
Anything is possible!
Some of the songs we’ve arranged for different combinations of instruments include:
- “Falling Slowly” (from “Once”) by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová
- “With or Without You” (U2) by Bono and the band
- “Just the Way You Are” by Bruno Mars
- “Safe and Sound” by Taylor Swift
- “Viva La Vida” by Coldplay
- “Get Lucky” (Daft Punk – Pharell Williams and Nile Rogers)
- “Sex on Fire” by Kings of Leon
- “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” by Elton John (The Lion King theme).
- “Amigos Para Sempre” by Andrew Lloyd Weber
- “I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith.
- “Como É Grande O Meu Amor Por Você“
- “From This Moment” by Shania Twain.
And many others! If you can imagine it, we’ll make it happen for you.
This playlist was generated by sample sound output from notation software, for stylistic reference. Of course, nothing can compare to the sound of live instruments in a beautiful setting.