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Dolce DaVita Strings

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Great music adds to the ambience of any event. Great DJ spinning at a party to live band and singers performing at a reception, both add countless memorable moments to an event.

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Have you noticed more and more weddings have string music play during the ceremonies and cocktail hours? Nothing beats Pachebel "Canon in D" or "Bridal Chorus" by Wagner that accompanies the bride walk down the aisle. Soft melodic music that accompanies the candle lighting or sand ceremony, to the triumphant sound of the "Wedding March" by Mendelssohn's for end of the ceremony. For religious ceremonies, the sounds of "Ave Maria, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, and Ave Verum Corpus" add so much to the ceremony.

Members of Dolce DaVita Strings are graduates of well known music conservatories. They are active musicians that play with various orchestras in the New Jersey area and played hundreds of weddings, church services and parties combined. They are seasoned string players that will help to elevate your special event to the next level. You can watch their video clips at their website, Ddstrings.com or e-mail dolcedavitastrings@gmail.com for more information.

If you want your special day to be filled with beautiful memorable music, and let your guests leave with lasting memories, make sure you check out their website.

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