Our Repertoire includes many more music selections from Classical to Jazz. We just made up 4 ceremony music samples for you to create an image of ceremony order.

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Traditional


These are the tried and true standard wedding day hits that evoke the timeless elegance of weddings from across the generations. You can't go wrong with these favorites.

Prelude

-Seating of the parents Bach: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

-Bridal Party Processional Pachelbel: Canon in D

-Bride Processional Wagner: Bridal Chorus

-Recessional Mendelssohn: Wedding March

Princess

You envision this day as a most festive occasion and this moment as your royal entrance. Today is the one day in your life you get to wear a crown and you want the music to reflect the grandiosity of your wedding day. These tunes are sure to impress your guests and get your blood stirring.

Prelude

-Seating of the parents Vivaldi: Largo

-Bridal Party Processional Charpentier:Te Deum

-Bride Processional Pachelbel: Canon in D

-Recessional Handel: Hornpipe from Water Music

Outdoors

Green grass, flowering gardens. These pieces for trio or quartet are lovely accompaniments for a beautiful garden wedding celebration.

Prelude

-Seating of the parents Mouret: Rondeau

-Bridal Party Processional Handel: Allegro

-Bride Processional Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary

-RecessionalHandel: La Rejouissance

Off the Beaten Path

You love the timeless standards but would like to play music that is unique to your wedding.(This arrangments are for Quartet and Trio Only) 

Prelude

-Seating of the parents You Raise Me Up (Josh Groban)

-Bridal Party Processional Love theme from Cinema Paradiso 

-Bride Processional I will Stand By You (Love theme From Romeo and Juliet, Nino Rota at his best 1968 Zeffirelli movie)

-Recessional Viva La Vida or Can't take my eyes off of you (Frankie Valli & Andy Williams)

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