Grand March, from Aida (violin cello duo)


Title: Grand March, from the opera Aida

Composer: Giuseppe Verdi, arr. David Gable

Instrumentation: Violin and Cello

Printout: 4 pages

Note: Despite lavish instrumentation in the opera score, the Grand, or Triumphal, March from Verdi’s spectacular Aida works remarkably well with violin and cello. The continuous interplay between treble and bass preserve its integrity and interest. This is a must-have piece for gig musicians.


More Verdi for violin and cello:

Anvil Chorus, from Il Trovatore
La Donna è mobile, from Rigoletto
Soldiers’ Chorus (Part I – “Or co’ dadi”), from Il Trovatore
Soldiers’ Chorus (Part II – “Squilli, ercheggi”), from Il Trovatore
Va, Pensiero, from Nabucco
Un di felice, eterea, from La Traviata
Valse, from La Traviata


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