Processionals & Marches for String Trio

for Weddings, Funerals, and Parades

Each of these 30 energetic pieces are sure to get your audience motivated, and their toes tapping. All three parts share the interesting melodic bits, and the relentless rhythms that provide the energy to forge ahead.

You will enjoy sharing some old favorites, like Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March”, Wagner’s “Bridal March”, and for you Alfred Hitchcock fans, Gounod’s “Funeral March of a Marionette”. This collection also includes works by Sousa, Frederick II, Joplin, Mozart, Schubert, etc.

These same tunes have been arranged for string quartet and are available as Processionals & Marches for String Quartet (violin 1, violin 2, viola, cello).

Build a trio by selecting an A part, a B part, and a C part
in the clef that each musician prefers...

Violin (treble clef), Viola (viola clef), or Cello (bass clef)

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Order one of these “Processionals & Marches for String Trio” packages...

You may change the quantity of each item in your shopping cart to accomodate additional musicians.

Tunes in this Collection...
Beethoven, “Turkish March”
Berlin, “Alexander’s Ragtime Band”
Codina, “Zacatecas March”
Cohan, “You’re A Grand Old Flag”
Frederick II, “Der Hohenfriedberger Marsch”
Fucik, “Entrance of the Gladiators”
Gounod, “Funeral March of a Marionette”
Handel, “March from "Occasional Oratorio"”
Joplin, “Combination March”
Judge & Williams, “It’s a Long, Long Way to Tipperary”
Lambert, “When Johnny Comes Marching Home”
Lincke, “Folies-Bergere March”
Meacham, “American Patrol”
“Men of Harlech”
Mendelssohn, “Wedding March”
Mills, “Whistling Rufus”
Mozart, “March of the Priests, from The Magic Flute”
Ortega, “Marcha Zaragoza”
Rossini, “L’Alba”
Scharwenka, “March”
Schubert, “Marche Militaire”
Scott, “The Fascinator March”
Sousa, “Semper Fidelis”
Sousa, “The Liberty Bell, 4-tet”
Strauss, Sr., “Radetzky March”
Sullivan, “March from The Mikado”
Tchaikovsky, “Marche, from The Nutcracker Suite”
Verdi, “Grand March, from Aida”
Wagner, “Bridal March, from Lohengrin”
Wagner, “Under the Double Eagle”

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