Choosing the right music for your wedding.

 

 

 

 

 

Prelude 

Music to set the mood for the ceremony. Usually 15 – 20 minutes before the ceremony is scheduled to start. You can select the program yourself or leave it to us. 


The Water Music Suite - Handel

 

Music for The Royal Fireworks - Handel

 

Six German Dances - W.A. Mozart

 

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik - W.A. Mozart

 

Air on the G String - J.S. Bach

 

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring - J.S. Bach

 

Sheep May Safely Graze - J.S. Bach

 

 

Processional

The processional usually includes the seating of mothers and grandmothers, the entrance of the bridal party and the entrance of the bride. The processional can be one piece or several. Take into consideration the length of the aisle and the size of your bridal party when deciding how many selections you would like to use. Too many short exerpts won't have a smooth flow. The best solution for a short aisle or small parties is to use one piece for the mothers, grandmothers and the bridal party and a second piece for the entrance of the bride.



Air on the G String - J.S. Bach



Sheep May Safely Graze - J.S. Bach



Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring - J.S. Bach



Trumpet Voluntary - Clarke



Rondeau - Mouret



Cannon - Pachelbel



Bridal Chorus - Wagner

Recessional

​Joyous music for you to make your exit by and to set the mood for the festivities to come.


Wedding March - Mendelssohn


Ode to Joy - Beethoven



Trumpet Tune - Purcell



Rondeau - Mouret

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