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Wedding Music

Below are recordings and YouTube videos of some popular wedding music to help you make selections for your big day.

Because instruments and musicians ability vary, we strongly recommend that you speak with the musicians you intend to use before making final decisions!

Some of the musicians who have contributed these resources are available to play for weddings.


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Prince of Denmark's March  (Jeremiah Clarke)

Often used for the bridal procession. It is in a number of short sections which allow the duration to easily be adjusted. It is very effective on trumpet with organ and on most organs alone.

Musicians: Jon Blamire and Joey Pittman

   
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Trumpet Tune  (Henry Purcell)

Often used for the bridal procession. It is in a number of short sections which allow the duration to easily be adjusted. It is very effective on trumpet with organ and on most organs alone.

Musicians: Jon Blamire and Joey Pittman

   

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Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring  (J.S. Bach)

Often used for the seating of the mothers and grandmothers. It is very effective on most organs alone, as well as a string ensemble, flute and strings, or choir with organ.

Musician: Jon Blamire

   
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Canon in D  (Johann Pachelbel)

Often used for the procession of the bridesmaids. It is in a number of short sections which allow the duration to easily be adjusted. It is very effective on most organs alone, as well as a string ensemble, flute and strings or harp.

Musician: Jon Blamire

   
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Hornpipe from Water Music  (George Fredrick Handel)

One of the classic recessional pieces. It is very effective on trumpet with organ and on most organs alone.

Musicians: Jon Blamire and Joey Pittman

   
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Toccata from Symphony No. 5  (Charles Marie Widor)

One of the classic recessional pieces. It is most effective on a large organ.

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