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Here are some suggestions for music for your wedding. They include some of the most popular pieces chosen by couples I have played for, and are presented here in sections that I think are appropriate.
For example, the entrance of the bride should be accompanied by music that is not too fast, has a fairly even rhythm and of course a sense of romance. The couple's exit is better served by something that has more energy to it, as guests will usually cheer and applaud the happy couple as they make their way out of the room.
The linked titles you can download and listen to, I will be adding audio for all of these titles in due course. Note that many of these are short clips - bear in mind that the bride's entry may take just 20/30 seconds or so depending on the size of the room.
|Processional (bride's entry)||Romanza (anon.)
Cavatina (Stanley Myers)
Un Dia De Noviembre (Leo Brouwwer)
Lagrima (Francisco Tarrega)
La Paloma (Sebastian Yradier)
Bridal Chorus (Richard Wagner)
Romeo and Juliet (intro - Mark Knopfler)
Canon in D Major (Johann Pachelbel)
Comptine D'Un Autre Été (Yann Tiersen)
I Giorni (Ludovico Einaudi)
|Signing of the register||Gymnopedie No. 3 (Erik Satie)
Autumn Leaves (Kosma)
Study in B Minor (Fernando Sor)
Prelude from Cello Suite no. 1 (Bach)
Scarborough Fair/Canticle (trad.)
My Heart Will Go On (Love theme From The Titanic - James Horner)
|Recessional (couple exit)||Op. 60 #3 (Mateo Carcassi)
Les Grandes Jaunes (Gerald Garcia)
Rumba Del Dia Nueve (Juan Martin)
Classical Gas (Mason Williams)
|Drinks reception and wedding breakfast||Medley|
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