The Cameo String Quartet of The Fylde





Our repertoire is extensive and the list below gives an idea of our repertoire.

However, pieces in blue are not suitable for Weddings at non-religious venues, and pieces in green would probably be suitable for events other than Weddings.

Music popular for Weddings

Pachelbel: "Canon", 
Wagner: "Bridal Chorus", 
Mendelssohn "Bridal March", 
Handel "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba", 
Mouret "Bridal March" 


The Ash Grove, 
Ye Bank and Braes, 
An English Country Garden, 
Scottish Dances 


Albeniz: "Sevilla". 
Bach JS: "Air" (Air on a G-string), 
"Gavottes", "Bouree" and "Gigue" from English Suite No 3, "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring"
Corelli: "The Christmas Concerto"
Delibes: "The Flower Duet" (British Airways theme), 
Elgar: "Chanson de Nuit", "Chanson de Matin", "Salut D'Amour", "Nimrod"
Gibert and Sullivan: "The Sun Whose Rays Are All Ablaze" (bride's song, Mikado), 
Handel: "The Water Music" Suite, "The Royal Fireworks Suite", "Largo", "Berenice"
Kreisler: "Liebesleid"
Massenet: "Meditation" from "Thais".
Minuets by: Boccherini, Beethoven, Mozart, Haydn etc
Mozart: "Eine Kleine Nachtmusik", "The Hunt Quartet Minuet", "Divertimenti", various other quartets
Puccini: "O Mio Babino Caro", 
Purcell: "The Fairy Queen", "Chaconne", "The Fairy Queen".
Schubert: "Serenade", "Moment Musical"
Schumann: "Scenes from Childhood"
Shostakovich: "The Gadfl" "Romance".
Vivaldi: "Spring" and "Autumn" from "The Seasons" Violin Concertos, "Concerto Grosso Op 3 No 8" (Double Violin Concerto).
Wieniawski: "Romance" from the Second Violin Concerto.

Christmas Music

Corelli's "The Christmas Concerto", a wide range of traditional and modern Christmas Carols.

Christmas Songs

"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas", "Let it Snow", "Walking in the Air" and "Dance of the Snowmen" (from "The Snowman") "Frosty the Snowman" etc.

Classical Pop, Swing, Jazz etc:

"The Way You Look Tonigh", "A Nightingale Sang in Berkerley Square", "Pennies from Heaven", "After You've Gone", etc.

Pop Music

"Dancing Queen", "Money, Money, Money" (ABBA), "Lying Eyes" (Eagles), "Superstar", "Close to You", "Yesterday Once More", "Solitaire" (Carpenters), "When I'm 64" (Beatles), "A Groovy Kind of Love", "She", "You Raise Me Up" etc.

Music with American Flavours

"American Quartet" (Dvorak), Scott Joplin Rags, "Somebody Loves Me", "Summertime", "The Man I Love" (Gershwin), "The Way You Look Tonight" (Kern) etc.

Music with Other International Flavours:

"Two Guitars" (Russian Gypsy), "La Paloma" (South American), etc.

Music from TV and Films

"The Pink Panther", Theme from "Poirot", "Star Wars", "Moon River", "Fawlty Towers", "Can you feel the love tonight?" and "Cantina" etc.

Signature Tune

The Cameo Quartet's Signature Tune is "Sevilla" (a piano piece by Isaac Albeniz) which was specially arranged for the Quartet by Peter Farnbank LRSM, and typically performed as a final piece.