Hal Leonard Publishes String Quartet Music from Netflix’s Bridgerton Series
When Bridgerton smashed Netflix viewership records to become their biggest series of all time, they had the music to thank for it. Well, OK, maybe not just the music, but it certainly was a surprise additional hit for the period-piece romantic drama. The clever soundtrack worked classical arrangements of very popular hits from today’s biggest stars into its plot as sublimely as Lady Whistledown observed the show’s society figures.
The show’s two soundtracks have topped album charts at both iTunes and Billboardand have won rave reviews from music and pop culture media alike. Since Bridgerton’s release, music from Vitamin String Quartet—the group that arranged and played four of these pieces—passed over a billion streams! VSQ and Duomo, the other arrangers, were flooded with requests for sheet music and approached Hal Leonard for help with publishing.
Hal Leonard has released five of the show’s string quartet arrangements: “Wildest Dreams” (Taylor Swift) as arranged by Duomo, and “Bad Guy” (Billie Eilish), “In My Blood” (Shawn Mendes), “Thank U, Next” (Ariana Grande), and “Girls Like You” (Maroon 5) as arranged by Vitamin String Quartet. Each piece comes with the score and parts and retails for $12.99.
Perfect for high school, college, or professional string quartets who will undoubtedly be getting requests to play these pieces at their next concert or at wedding gigs. For more information or to order, visit https://www.halleonard.com.
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