|Wedding Music: Prelude Selections
While friends & guests gather, we provide light & happy selections for "Prelude".
We begin about 15-20 minutes before Ceremony, or at the time you prefer.
Prelude Selections......mix of Classical & romantic pop/movie:
J.S. Bach: "Air from Orchestral Suite No. 3" (aka Air for the G String), "Arioso" & many more
"Be Thou My Vision", traditional hymn tunes upon request
Beatles: "Grow Old With Me" Christina Perri " A Thousand Years"
Vangelis: "Hymne" -- Unchained Melody
Rhosymedre by Ralph Vaughn Williams
Handel Water Music Mendelssohn "Wings of Song"
Your Wedding Coordinator will assist for cue to begin your Processionals.
Pachelbel Canon in D is wonderful! Other good choices are:
Clarke's Trumpet Voluntary
Purcell's Trumpet Tune
JS Bach: Jesu, Joy
Handel Air from Water Music
More contemporary choices to consider:
Yellow by Coldplay (wedding version)
In My Life by the Beatles
....we have done nearly everything for a Processional, even Viva la Vida!
Ultimately, your Processional is totally your choice! It's best if the phrases are not too long, as we don't want to keep
you waiting too long at the altar, however if you want an additional 32 bar phrase---we will do that too!
|Unity Candle/Sand, Wine Box, Celtic Hand-Fasting, Blessing Stones,
Memorials to those who have passed on & other Interludes,
including Liturgical music:
|Recessional Selections--Joyful, Upbeat and Ready to Party!
Once your Officiant Introduces you, we launch into your Recessional music.
We will do our best to play louder than the applause! Consider:
Handel: Hornpipe or La Rejouissance
All You Need is LOVE by the Beatles
Here Comes The Sun
Mendelssohn's Wedding March
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba by Handel
Or perhaps something Totally Different---such as "SIGNED SEALED DELIVERED--I'M YOURS!"
We continue to perform lively music, in your style, as your guests transition to the next phase of Celebration.
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We have a HUGE library of music selections, always adding more,
from Renaissance dance music up to current movie tunes
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