5 Songs You Can Play On Your Violin for Any Romantic Occasion

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Whether it is Valentine’s Day or you and your significant other are celebrating your first year together, having background music is always a good choice especially when it’s a rendition of a violin.

Although you can easily play any music on a radio or a player with just one click, your partner will appreciate you ten times more when you play the song by yourself! If you really want to make an impact on that special day, start practicing songs you can cover using your violin. If you don’t have one yet, you can either borrow from someone who does or go to your nearest violin shop and purchase your own.

To give you something to start with, here are the top five songs from influential artists that you can play on your violin for all romantic events.

Perfect Songs for a Romantic Vibe

Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley
Released back in 1961, Can’t Help Falling In Love by Elvis Presley was for sure one of your parents’ theme songs. It was so popular that it exceeded an order of over one million copies. It also topped several charts garnering the number one spot.

Tune in to this violin cover and start practicing now! Serenade your partner or loved ones so they cannot help but fall in love with you.

Perfect by Ed Sheeran
We all see our partners as someone perfect. Why not express it through a song? Perfect is a song from Ed Sheeran’s third album, Divide. It landed first on both the United Kingdom Singles Chart and United States Billboard Hot 100 back in December 2017.

Violin musical sheets are available online for free or to better hone your skills, check this trending violin cover.

A Thousand Years by Christina Perri
A Thousand Years was recorded by Christina Perri for The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1. But since then, it became widely used for wedding occasions and even for courtships. Whether you are just new to the relationship or have been together for a long time now, you deserve to celebrate a thousand years.

Hop in and watch this violin song cover of A Thousand Years.

What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong
What a wonderful world it is to play this on a romantic occasion! What a Wonderful World was sung by the infamous Louis Armstrong in 1967. It topped the pop charts in the United Kingdom but did not do much in the United States. But after it was released again in 1988, it hit the 32nd spot on Billboard Hot 100.

All of Me by John Legend
Last and not least is All of Me by John Legend. The R&B and pop song that has the catchy lyrics “All of me loves all of you.” It was the best-selling song in 2014 with over 12.3 million sales all over the world.

Hear the mix of both violin and guitar cover here.

Conclusion
Celebrating a milestone is never complete without romantic music playing in the background. These top five songs are the essential hits that will never go wrong during times of celebration. Get up, practice, and train your bowing skills with these music for any romantic occasion!

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