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Processional/Recessional Music

What music/songs did you for your processional and recessional? Did you use recorded music, strings, organ, piano or something else? I'm looking for some inspiration.

Re: Processional/Recessional Music

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    ssagessage member
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    edited December 2011
    I'd have to look up the songs...but we had a harpist and LOVED her
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    edited December 2011
    we did Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring for the bridesmaids
    I had Canon in D, Pachenbel
    Recessional- The wedding march

    We used the church organist and I had a singer from the choir.
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    edited December 2011
    I used capriccio ensemble....strings...they were great!!
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    edited December 2011
    We had the church organist and vocalist. We selected:

    Musical Prelude
    - Various Organ Selections (we didn't select anything specific. They just played whatever and told me to list it this way in our program)

    Seating of the Families -  “Canon in D”  by  J. Pachelbel

    Processional -  “March in B Flat” by J. Donaldson (our organist created the music)
    Entrance of the Bride - "Bridal Chorus" by R. Wagner 

    Recessional – “Wedding March” by F. Mendelssohn
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    edited December 2011
    We're using the Alleluia Chorus for our processional, the rest of the music has already been mentioned by other music savvy brides :)
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