100 Best Instrumental Wedding Songs to Walk Down the Aisle To
Looking for instrumental wedding songs to walk down the aisle to? There are so many gorgeous stripped-down versions of modern and classic songs to fall in love with—and they're particularly perfect for weddings. Whether it's a contemporary hit, rock classic, or country jam, each of these covers seamlessly blends into the background, allowing the couple to take center stage.
Vitamin String Quartet's gorgeous acoustic renditions of popular tunes would be great for your first dance, processional, or reception slow dance. We can't forget the dramatic, practically weeping cellos of 2Cellos and the chemistry-laden duets of Brooklyn Duo. Other artists do an equally amazing job of turning pop music into lovely instrumentals. All are well worth considering for your walk down the aisle, reception, or wedding prelude.
65 Best Classical Wedding Songs for a Timeless Ceremony
Below, we've curated a list of the 100 best instrumental wedding songs to walk down the aisle to.
"1,2,3,4," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A string ensemble performance of Feist's indie-pop song.
"A Day Without Rain," by Enya
Why We Love It: A deeply touching instrumental arrangement lends an organic feel to any ceremony. This would be a harmonious addition to any outdoor event.
"Amazing Grace," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A graceful and elegant cover of the timeless hymn on string instruments.
"A Sky Full of Stars," by The Piano Guys
Why We Love It: A fun piano and cello rendition of Coldplay's house-pop song.
"A Thousand Years," by The Piano Guys
Why We Love It: A heartwarming tribute to Christina Perri's Twilight score as a piano and cello duet.
"All I Want Is You," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A lively cover of U2's famous rock song by a string quartet.
"All of Me," by Daniel Jang
Why We Love It: A tender violin and guitar composition of John Legend's soulful love ballad.
"All You Need Is Love," by Guitar Tribute Players
Why We Love It: A soft acoustic tribute of The Beatles' simplistic yet poignant piece.
"And I Love Her," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A sensual and romantic rendition of another well-known Beatles love song on acoustic guitar.
"Ants Marching/Ode to Joy," by The Piano Guys
Why We Love It: A bright arrangement of the Dave Matthews Band rock song and Beethoven's classic symphony on two cellos and a piano.
"Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A sentimental acoustic cover of Thompson Square's country love song.
"Best Day of My Life," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A whimsical and happy string instrument interpretation of the American Authors' pop-rock piece.
"Better Together," by Romeo Loves Juliet
Why We Love It: A sweet acoustic adaptation of Jack Johnson's carefree folk song.
"Black Bird," by Peter Pupping and Fred Benedetti
Why We Love It: The Beatles' soothing folk-rock composition on acoustic guitar.
"Can't Help Falling in Love," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: An emotional acoustic rendition of Elvis Presley's iconic love ballad.
"Can't Stop the Feeling!" by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An upbeat and fun string ensemble performance of Justin Timberlake's disco-pop song.
"Can't Take My Eyes Off You," by Trio Comodo
Why We Love It: A waltz-like, flute, violin, and cello arrangement of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons' timeless classic.
"Calling Dr. Love," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A vivacious and robust string composition of the Kiss rock song.
"Come Away With Me," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A tribute to Norah Jones's soulful love ballad by a string ensemble.
"Counting Stars," by Simply Three
Why We Love It: A vibrant and rhythmic violin, cello, and base cover of OneRepublic's pop-rock piece.
"Daughters," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A soothing and bright string interpretation of John Mayer's blues-rock song.
"Despacito," by Brooklyn Duo
Why We Love It: A much more sensual and emotional rendition of Luis Fonsi's smash hit on cello and piano. We'll be honest: We're not sure which version makes us want to dance more!
"Don't Stop Believin'," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: An inspirational and elegant string arrangement of everyone's favorite Journey anthem. We couldn't help but sing the words in our heads as we swayed to the melody.
"Endless Love," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A tender and romantic instrumental variation of Lionel Richie and Diana Ross's famous duet on Spanish acoustic guitars.
"Everything," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A playfully rhythmic cover of Michael Bublé's catchy love song on string instruments.
"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: Spanish acoustic guitars perform a gentle rendition of Bryan Adams's timeless love ballad of selflessness and devotion.
"Fallin' For You," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: An uplifting string composition of Colbie Caillat's bright folk-pop song.
"Feels Like Home," by Edwina Hayes
Why We Love It: A warm and emotional instrumental version of Edwina Hayes's folk song from My Sister's Keeper on acoustic guitar.
"Fields of Gold," by 2Cellos
Why We Love It: A moving cello duet of Sting's stirring rock song.
"Forever," by Josh Vietti
Why We Love It: A dynamic and tantalizing violin and synth compilation that's bound to inject energy into any event.
"From This Moment On," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: Get ready to passionately belt out your own vocals to this sweet acoustic variation of Shania's country hit.
"Get Lucky," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An exhilarating string interpretation of Daft Punk's house music song.
"Glasgow Love Theme," by Craig Armstrong
Why We Love It: A heartwarming piano solo impeccably timed to a processional walk down the aisle.
"God Gave Me You," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A cheery acoustic adaptation of Blake Shelton's country love song.
"Grow Old With You," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: Who doesn't remember this song from The Wedding Singer? This tender acoustic guitar cover is the perfect addition to an emotionally charged day.
"Happy," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: Pharell's joyous neo-soul song is an equally catchy and spirited string performance.
"Half of My Heart," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A touching string arrangement of John Mayer's love ballad.
"Hallelujah," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A full-bodied instrumental rendition of Leonard Cohen's ageless indie-folk hymn performed by a string ensemble.
"Have I Told You Lately That I Love You," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A sweet and tender variation of the widely recognized country song on Spanish acoustic guitars.
"Heaven," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A soulful string tribute to a classic Bryan Adams anthem for lovers. We can't listen to this song without singing that famous chorus in our heads.
"Purple Haze," by Kronos Quartet
Why We Love It: A mysterious and dramatic string performance of everyone's favorite Jimi Hendrix piece.
"Here Comes the Sun," by Fred Benedetti and Peter Pupping
Why We Love It: The Beatles' famously bright and cheery song performed instrumentally on acoustic guitar.
"How Long Will I Love You," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A soothing and tranquil string cover of Ellie Goulding's indie-pop song.
"How To Save A Life (The Fray Tribute)," by Piano Tribute Players
Why We Love It: A melodious piano solo of The Fray's stirring rock song.
"Hymn for the Weekend," by Brooklyn Duo
Why We Love It: Coldplay's indie song is captivatingly performed by a cello and piano.
"Hymne," by the O'Neill Brothers
Why We Love It: A sweet arrangement of the transcendent Vangelis original on piano.
"I Do," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A poppy string interpretation of Colbie Caillat's fun folk song.
"I Don't Wanna Miss a Thing," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: Get ready to sway to this delicate and sentimental variation of Aerosmith's legendary love ballad by a string ensemble. We can already hear the echoes of your guests singing the words!
"I Want to Hold Your Hand," by Guitar Tribute Players
Why We Love It: A gentle acoustic cover of this Beatles' hit provides the perfect soundtrack for a slow dance.
"I'm Yours," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An orchestral rendition of Jason Mraz's pop love song.
"In Your Eyes," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: An inspirational string arrangement of Peter Gabriel's rock classic.
"Light My Fire," by Threeds
Why We Love It: A whimsical interpretation of The Doors' instantly recognizable track on woodwind instruments.
"Like I'm Gonna Lose You," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A waltz-like string variation of Meghan Trainor's lyrical love proclamation makes for a unique dance number.
"Kashmir," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: Mysterious and bold, this string performance of Led Zeppelin's timeless masterpiece will be sure to inject some drama into any event.
"Love Me Like You Do," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A soft and emotional composition of Ellie Goulding's electro-pop hit played by a string ensemble.
"Maestro," by Hans Zimmer
Why We Love It: You may remember this particular score from the soundtrack of The Holiday. Bright and full of hope, this melody has all the gumption you need.
"Marry You," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A peppy acoustic adaptation of Bruno Mars's pop love song.
"Me and My Cello (Happy Together)," by The Piano Guys
Why We Love It: A bright and joyful cello solo of The Turtles' classic rock song.
"Mine Would Be You," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A tender string composition of Blake Shelton's country love song makes for a sweet slow-dance option.
"La La Land," by Brooklyn Duo
Why We Love It: We're not crying; you're crying! This passionate cello and piano duet of the movie score is bursting with chemistry.
"Our Song," by Romeo Loves Juliet
Why We Love It: This spirited acoustic rendition of Taylor Swift's love song doesn't lose any of that country twang in translation.
"Open Arms," by Scott D. Davis
Why We Love It: A deeply sentimental piano solo cover of Journey's timeless rock anthem.
"Over the Rainbow/Simple Gifts," by Harold Arlen, Joseph Bracket, Edgar 'Yip' Harburg, and The Piano Guys
Why We Love It: An upbeat compilation of string instruments, piano, and choir harmonies creates a captivating and inspirational mash-up of two instantly recognizable songs.
"Paradise," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An emotional string arrangement of Coldplay's inspirational indie hit.
"Rather Be," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A charismatic and rhythmic string composition of Clean Bandit's dance-pop song.
"Rhythm of Love," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A string ensemble performs a sweet cover of the Plain White T's folk song.
"Riptide," by Piano Tribute Players
Why We Love It: A tender piano solo of Vance Joy's indie declaration of love.
"Shape of You," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: It's completely impossible to listen to this provocative string variation of one of Ed Sheeran's famous wedding-worthy tunes and not dance.
"She Will Be Loved," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: There's a haunting mysteriousness about this string rendition of the Maroon 5 song that lends itself to an unexpected elegance.
"Somewhere in Time," by John Barry
Why We Love It: A heartbreakingly serene instrumental score from one of the most classic romance films of all time.
"Something in the Way She Moves," by Fred Benedetti and Peter Pupping
Why We Love It: A sweet acoustic cover of James Taylor's folk love song.
"Something Just Like This," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An entrancing and inspirational cover of The Chainsmokers' dance hit by a string ensemble.
"Stairway to Heaven," by Fred Benedetti and Peter Pupping
Why We Love It: Get ready for goosebumps. This acoustic tribute to Led Zeppelin has us a bit emotional at the moment.
"Stand By Me," by Stringspace Orchestra
Why We Love It: A string performance of Ben E. King's romantic ballad.
"Stand by You," by Rachel Platten
Why We Love It: An upbeat instrumental melody of Rachel Platten's pop love song.
"Stay With Me," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A heart-wrenchingly romantic string arrangement of Sam Smith's soul-pop song.
"Take Me to Church," by Simply Three
Why We Love It: A haunting violin, cello, and bass cover of Hozier's gritty, contemporary soul piece.
"Take My Breath Away," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: We're humming along to this as we speak. A gentle acoustic composition of Berlin's iconic Top Gun soundtrack song.
"Teenage Dream," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: We'll be honest, this one took us by surprise. This string cover of Katy Perry's pop anthem is refreshingly bright and tender.
"The Best Day," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A sweet and upbeat string composition of Taylor Swift's country song for (what else?) the best day of your life.
"The Edge of Glory," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: A Gaga power ballad with a symphonic twist? We're listening (literally). This string quartet delivers a slightly more refined variation that packs just as much of a punch.
"The Look of Love," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A soulful acoustic adaptation of Dusty Springfield's jazz hit.
"The Way I Am," by Romeo Loves Juliet
Why We Love It: A catchy and rhythmic instrumental cover of Ingrid Michaelson's indie declaration of love, on acoustic guitar.
"Thinking Out Loud," by the Guitar Dreamers
Why We Love It: A sweet acoustic interpretation of Ed Sheeran's affectionate pop ballad.
"This Is What You Came For," by Brooklyn Duo
Why We Love It: Calvin Harris's hit dance song performed by this piano and cello duo may have us feverishly dancing harder than the original.
"Time After Time," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A soft acoustic rendition of Cindy Lauper's forever classic hit. This hit us right in the childhood.
"Uptown Funk," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars's hit song takes on an interesting sense of drama and grooviness when performed on string instruments. Don't believe us, just watch.
"Viva La Vida," by 2Cellos
Why We Love It: This cello duet of Coldplay's rock hymn is packed with so much depth and emotion.
"We Found Love," by 2Cellos
Why We Love It: This energetic and exhilarating cello cover of Rihanna's electro-house dance hit will have everyone on the dance floor.
"White Wedding," by Scott D. Davis
Why We Love It: Billy Idol's iconic wedding rock song is translated into a powerful piano solo.
"With or Without You," by 2Cellos
Why We Love It: A tender, emotionally stirring composition of U2's classic rock love ballad.
"Wonderwall," by Guitar Tribute Players
Why We Love It: An acoustic rendition of the Oasis's willfully romantic rock song.
"You and Me," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An elegant all-string interpretation of Lifehouse's soft-rock love anthem.
"You Are So Beautiful," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: Any cover of Joe Cocker's famous love song has some pretty big shoes to fill. This string adaptation is just as full of love, devotion, and raw emotion as the legendary original.
"You Are the Best Thing," by Bridesmaids Quartet
Why We Love It: A gentle and happy instrumental take on Ray LaMontagne's folk love song, by a string ensemble.
"You Are My Sunshine," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: Our favorite childhood lullaby is transformed into a sweet and captivating acoustic melody.
"You Raise Me Up," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A romantic and sentimental acoustic rendition of Josh Groban's popular hit single.
"Your Hand in Mine," by Vitamin String Quartet
Why We Love It: An elegant and poignant string arrangement of Explosions in the Sky's indie declaration of love.
"Your Song," by United Guitar Players
Why We Love It: A touching tribute to Elton John's love ballad on Spanish acoustic guitars makes for the perfect accompaniment to any intimate, slow dance.
37 Best Wedding Songs for the Violin
When you think of wedding ceremony music, I'm sure some of the first things that come to mind are the sentimental cries of a violin playing Mendelssohn's "Wedding March"or Pachebel's "Canon in D Major". Which is fair, because what could possibly be more romantic than walking down the aisle to the swells and swoons of violin wedding songs on your big day?
Whether you choose to play classical music or modern love songs at your wedding ceremony — with the violin leading the melody? Your guests are bound to "ooooh" and "awwe" at the elegance and charm naturally imbued by the classical string instruments.
If you're in the process of hiring a wedding violinist or building your wedding playlist, then you should definitely delve into these timeless wedding songs. You'll find music for your wedding processional song, your recessional song, and even wedding party music to play during cocktail hour (there are quite a few covers of popular songs that'll work for your father daughter dance, too!).
Here are 37 of the best violin wedding songs of all time:
1. "Canon in D, P.37," by Johann Pachelbel, The Violin Sisters
2. A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 61: IX. Wedding March," by Felix Mendelssohn, Legend The Band
3. "Can't Help Falling In Love With You" by Elvis, Alan Ng
4. "Clair De Lune" by Claude Debussy, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, Sandra Rivers
5. "You Are The Reason" by Calum Scott, Daniel Jen
6. "Moon River" by Andy Williams, Manuel & The Music Of The Mountains
7. "Amazing Grace" by John Newton, The Violin Sisters
8. "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran, Daniel Jang
9. "Deux Arabesques, L.66: Premiere Arabesque" by Claude Debussy, Federico Guglielmo, Jolanda Violante
10. "Love Me Like You Do" by Ellie Goulding, Brooklyn Duo
11. "Can You Feel The Love Tonight" by Elton John, Vesislava
12. Romances, L. 79: Romance No. 1" by Claude Debussy, Luigi Puzeddu, Jolanda Violante
13. "Gymnopedie No. 3" by Erik Satie, Columbia Symphony Orchestra, Frank Brieff, Isaac Stern
14. "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston, Osiris Rodriguez
15. "Butterfly Waltz" by Brian Crain, Violin Music
16. "Perfect" by Ed Sheeran, Taylor Davis
17. "Romance No. 2 in F Major, Op. 50" by Ludwig Van Beethoven, Uto Ughi, Solisti Veneti, Claudio Scimone
18. "Stand By Me" by Ben E. King, Vesislava
19. "Thais: Meditation" by Jules Massenet, Anne-Sophie Mutter, Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert von Karajan
20. "In My Blood" by Shawn Mendes, Vitamin String Quartet
21. "Home" by Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros, Vitamin String Quartet
22. "Les Beautes Du Diable" by Francois Dompierre, Angele Dubeau
23. "Just The Way You Are" by Bruno Mars, Vitamin String Quartet
24. "Violin Concerto No. 1 in E Major, RV 269 'La Primavera': 1. Allegro: Antonio Vivaldi, Candida Thompson Et. Al
25. "Young And Beautiful" by Lana Del Rey, Vitamin String Quartet
26. "Harvest Hymn" by Percy Grainger
27. "You And Me" by Lifehouse, Vitamin String Quartet
28. "Dolly, Op. 56: 1. Berceuse" by Gabriel Faure, Katia Labeque, Marielle Labeque
29. "Wildest Dreams" by Taylor Swift, Duomo
30. "Love Story" by Taylor Swift, Dallas String Quartet
31. "The Swan" by Camille Saint-Saens, Brooklyn Duo
32. "Here Comes The Sun" by The Beatles, Midnite String Quartet
33. "Shallow" by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, Brooklyn Duo
34. "La Vie En Rose" by Ella Fitzgerald, Brooklyn Duo
35. "Beauty And The Beast" by Howard Ashman, Alan Menken, Midnite String Quartet
36. "All Of Me" by John Legend, Daniel Jang
37. "At Last" by Etta James
Bonus: Save our violin wedding music playlist on Spotify, so you can listen anytime.
Tips for booking a violinist:
- While browsing violinists on The Bash, be sure to read their profiles and check out their audio clips, videos and photos.
- When preparing a request for one of our violinists, keep in mind that the more details you can provide, the more accurate the price quote you'll receive. If you receive a price quote that seems like it needs clarification, don't hesitate to reach out to the musicians directly to find out more.
- Make sure you have discussed what supplies the musicians will need for their performance. You'll want to know what they can provide, and what you'll need to have on hand on your wedding day.
- Communicate your expectations and special requests to any prospective violinists, and make sure to ask about their repertoire — especially if you have a particular song that you would like them to perform.
- If you're planning an outdoor wedding, be sure to discuss where the string quartet will be situated for the best acoustics and conditions for them to perform.
- Make sure to discuss what kind of atmosphere and mood you are hoping to set for your event. The more they know, the better they'll meet your expectations.
- Do you want a solo violin? Or are you looking for a classical duo, trio, or even a string quartet? Depending on how many guests you are expecting, you might want to consider your options (a solo violinist alone might be too quiet if your wedding guest list is on the larger side).
Questions to ask prospective musicians:
- Have they booked gigs at similar events?
- What music does the performer specialize in, and does it match your taste?
- If your event needs amplification, can this musician provide it?
- Will the performers work to individualize your event?
- Can they provide past client testimonials or referrals?
- Will they need any special equipment (like chairs, extension cords, etc.)?
- How long have they been performing?
- How much time do they need to set up?
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About Brittany Barber
Brittany Barber, lover of books, dogs, and romance, graduated from Bishop’s University with a Communications and Theatre degree. After spending some time working abroad in the theatre world, she is now a freelance writer covering a range of lifestyle topics including event planning for The Bash, WeddingWire, 2life and Fluttr, and shopping for BuzzFeed.
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Series: 101 Songs Format: Softcover Violin Artist: Various
Instrumentalists will love this jam-packed collection of 101 timeless pop songs! Songs include: Another Brick in the Wall • Billie Jean • Dust in the Wind • Easy • Free Bird • Girls Just Want to Have Fun • Hey Jude • I'm a Believer • Jessie's Girl • Lean on Me • The Lion Sleeps Tonight • Livin' on a Prayer • My Girl • Piano Man • Pour Some Sugar on Me • Reeling in the Years • Stand by Me • Sweet Home Alabama • Take Me Home, Country Roads • With or Without You • You Really Got Me • and more.
- Afternoon Delight
- Ain't No Sunshine
- Ain't Too Proud To Beg
- All Night Long (All Night)
- All You Need Is Love
- Another Brick In The Wall
- At Seventeen
- Bad, Bad Leroy Brown
- Big Girls Don't Cry
- Billie Jean
- Bridge Over Troubled Water
- California Dreamin'
- Caribbean Queen (No More Love On The Run)
- Copacabana (At The Copa)
- Cracklin' Rosie
- Do You Believe In Magic
- Down Under
- Dust In The Wind
- The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face
- Free Bird
- Gentle On My Mind
- Girls Just Want To Have Fun
- God Only Knows
- Happy Together
- Hey Jude
- I Get Around
- I Heard It Through The Grapevine
- I Saw Her Standing There
- I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For
- I Will Survive
- I'm A Believer
- Jessie's Girl
- Just Once
- Karma Chameleon
- Killing Me Softly With His Song
- Lay Down Sally
- Leader Of The Pack
- Lean On Me
- Leaving On A Jet Plane
- Let's Hang On
- Let's Hear It For The Boy
- Like A Virgin
- The Lion Sleeps Tonight
- Livin' On A Prayer
- Love Will Keep Us Together
- Mr. Tambourine Man
- Monday, Monday
- Mony, Mony
- My Cherie Amour
- My Girl
- Nights In White Satin
- One More Night
- Piano Man
- Pour Some Sugar On Me
- Reeling In The Years
- Right Here Waiting
- Rocket Man (I Think It's Gonna Be A Long Long Time)
- Saving All My Love For You
- She Drives Me Crazy
- Shiny Happy People
- Silly Love Songs
- Sister Christian
- (Sittin' On) The Dock Of The Bay
- Smoke On The Water
- Somebody To Love
- Son-Of-A-Preacher Man
- The Sound Of Silence
- Stand By Me
- Sweet Dreams (Are Made Of This)
- Sweet Home Alabama
- Take Me Home, Country Roads
- These Dreams
- Through The Years
- Ticket To Ride
- Time After Time
- Time In A Bottle
- Travelin' Man
- 25 Or 6 To 4
- Up, Up And Away
- We're Not Gonna Take It
- What's Love Got To Do With It
- A Whiter Shade Of Pale
- Wichita Lineman
- With Or Without You
- You Are So Beautiful
- You Can't Hurry Love
- You Really Got Me
- You're So Vain
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The Bridgerton music covers are true works of art.
Okay, maybe that’s an exaggeration. But remember that moment, partway through the first episode, when you suddenly realized that you recognized the violin composition playing during the ball scene? And not because it was “Ode to Joy,” or some other famous classical piece?
Many viewers have expressed their surprise and delight about the fact that a violin cover of Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” was included in that moment. It was totally anachronistic to the time period, sure, but it perfectly captured the mood of searching for the perfect suitor in Regency-era London society. Much like Grande, Bridgerton season-one heroine Daphne (Phoebe Dynevor) would go on to have her heart courted and broken in public—and her romances reported on by the mysterious Lady Whistledown.
Luckily, the Ariana Grande cover wasn’t just a one-off. The smash-hit Netflix series is peppered with covers of pop songs by a group called Vitamin String Quartet, reminding us that formal balls were just the clubs and house parties of the day.
“There were just a couple of the ball moments where [show creator Chris Van Dusen] wanted to have something feel modern,” composer Kris Bowers, who worked on Bridgerton, told Variety. “The Vitamin String Quartet is one of the go-to groups for that stuff. They’re from Los Angeles and are known for their tributes.”
Behold, all the Bridgerton music covers you heard in the first season.
“Thank U, Next” by Ariana Grande
“Girls Like You” by Maroon 5
“In My Blood” by Shawn Mendes
“Bad Guy” by Billie Eilish
“Strange” by Celeste
“Wildest Dreams” byTaylor Swift
If you poke around on Spotify, you’ll see that Vitamin String Quartet also has covers of songs from artists like Lana Del Rey and Lizzo. BRB, playing these songs on repeat and pretending I’m in Bridgerton. Let’s dance, Lady Whistledown!
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