Prelude from the Te Deum (Eurovision Song Contest Theme) for two Violins & Organ

Difficult (Grades 7+)
3 minutes
Classical music
Duet (Solo Violin)
Instrumental parts
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An arrangement of Charpentier’s Trumpet Prelude from the Te Deum, for two solo Violins & Organ.

Great piece for a wedding or concert.

The tune is known to many as the Eurovision Song Contest Theme.

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