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Music at the Church

Hi Ladies,

I was wondering if you could post your favorites for the music at the church.  My church asks that we pay the organist and their soloist, whether we use them or not, but there are no rules regarding a pre-recorded music and we are thinking about asking the soloist to play songs of our choice before the ceremony, when I walk in and at the end.  For all other music she will sing.  However, problem is: I have no idea what music to pick.  Coudl you help?

Thank you,

Ela

Re: Music at the Church

  • tnspighttnspight member
    100 Comments
    edited December 2011
    Final Prelude:  Air on a G-String - Bach or Romanza by Mozart
    First Processional:  Air by Handel
    Bride's Processional:  Trumpet Voluntary - Clarke
    Recessional:  Hornpipe - Handel

    I like Canon, but I think it's used a lot.  I tried to pick songs that weren't usually heard at weddings.  The site is for a string group but it has lots of ceremony selections that you can check out.  GL
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  • edited December 2011
    mine in bio under FAF links in program
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