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Music is the most universal expression of joy. It is an important part of every wedding celebration - at the ceremony and the reception. Greet your guests with music as thay arrive and they will immediately feel comfortable and welcome. Your personal preferences, tastes and beliefs will be reflected in your ceremony and will set the mood and ambiance of your wedding day. The music you choose will communicate your personal style and make it uniquely yours.

Here are some suggestions from my repertoire that you may want to use for the following special moments in your wedding ceremony.

Your choice of music as the bridal party enters.

Canon in D
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
The Four Seasons
Air from Water Music
Wedding March from Lohengrin
J. Pachelbel
Johann Sebastian Bach
Antonio Vivaldi
George Frederick Handel
Richard Wagner


Sheep May Safely Graze
Ave Maria
Ave Maria
The Swan
I Love You Truly
Meditation from Thais
Bist du bei mir
To a Wild Rose
The Lord's Prayer
Aria in F Major
Largo from Xerxes Johann Sebastian Bach
Johann Sebastian Bach
Robert Schumann
Franz Liszt
Carrie Jacobs Bond
Jules Massnet
Johann Sebastian Bach
Edward MacDowell
Edwin Lemare
Albert Hay Malotte
George Frederick Handel
George Frederick Handel


Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream
Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark's March)
Trumpet Tune
Hornpipe from Water Music
Processional from Royal Fireworks
Ode to Joy
Felix Mendelssohn

Jeremiah Clark

Henry Purcell
George Frederick Handel
George Frederick Handel
Ludwig van Beethoven

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