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Ceremony Music Suggestions
Top 10 Prelude Ceremony Songs
The prelude is the thirty to forty-five minutes before the bride arrives for the ceremony. This allows the guests to be seated, and it gives them a chance to relax and reflect. Many couples choose to play soothing, unobtrusive selections that sest a peaceful tone.
Adagio from Santana in E-Flat
Air from Water Music
Air on the G String(from orchestral suite #3)
Allegro from Brandenburg Concerto #4 in G
Courante from Three Lute Dances
Nocturne in E Flat, Op.9 No. 2
Prelude to the Afternoon of a Faun
So this is Love Instrumental “Cinderella”
David, Hoffman, Livingston
Waltz (From Sleeping Beauty, Act 1)
Spring – Four Seasons
Top 10 Processional Ceremony Songs
The Processional begins when the mother of the bride is seated and the bride starts her walk down the aisle. This calls for dramatic or uplifting music that draws attention to the beautiful bride!
Traditional Wedding March
Mendelssohn or Wagner
Harry Conick, Jr.
Canon in D
Bach, Johann Sebastian
Processional to Tedeum
Romance from String
Top 10 Interlude Songs
During a wedding ceremony there are some pauses. Many couples fill those pauses with music that maintains a joyous and solemn mood, reflecting on the excitement and sacredness of the vows they are about to take. Make sure you check with your Officiant about the music you choose to make sure it’s acceptable. Some even have lists of what music is appropriate for all parts of the ceremony.
Air-Sheep May Safely Graze
Amen! Praise and Glory
Schubert and Gounod
Let there be Peace on Earth
Spring – Four Seasons
O Mio Babbino Caro (Gianna Schicchi)
The Call From Five Mystical Songs
Johann Sebastian Bach
Top 10 Recessional Songs
Finally…the moment we’ve all been waiting for! The bride and groom have kissed, they are now husband and wife. They start their lives together with a walk up the aisle. This calls for lively and festive music to enhance the excitement of the newly married couple.
Traditional Wedding March (A Midsummer Night’s Dream)
Autumn – Four Seasons
Ode to Joy
Love me Tender
Phillharmonic Wedding Ensemble
Sonata in G
Air – On the G String (from Orchestral suite No. 3)