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Music For Father’s Day

Father’s Day this year is Sunday 19th June 2016. What plans have you got for Father’s Day? Maybe a Sunday lunch or Sunday evening meal in a restaurant or hotel? However you would like to celebrate Father’s Day, don’t forget the music! Live music during your meal can really add to the vibrancy and mood to turn something ordinary into extraordinary! You can see and hear us in our Corporate Function video clip. We are based in Exeter and

Do You Need FREE Helpful Advice?

Are you unsure about what music to choose for your wedding day? Did you know there are different versions of The Wedding March? Did you know there are two versions of Trumpet Voluntary? Did you know there are three versions of Ave Maria? Confusing yes! We are here to help YOU! We can offer you FREE impartial music advice for your wedding with no obligation to book us. Let us help you to make the music plans for your wedding

Music Wedding Package

Some wedding musicians charge by the hour. We charge a fixed fee for the agreed time from your quote. This provides peace of mind for you to enjoy your day while we play for the time stated. With weather permitting, we can play outside for your wedding ceremony or drinks reception. We are based in Exeter and are happy to travel longer distances while keeping travelling expenses to a minimum. If you would like FREE helpful advice on your wedding

Church Music For The Bride And Groom Exit

The Bride And Groom Exit For Organ The bride and groom exit piece is usually quite uplifting and joyful with a upbeat tempo. Popular choices include Trumpet Voluntary by Clarke or Purcell (Two different versions!) Wedding March by Mendelssohn Toccata Number 5 by Widor. (This can certainly test the organist!) The Bride And Groom Exit With Flute And Guitar Alla Hornpipe (The Water Music) – Handel On Wings Of Song – Mendelssohn The Flower Duet – Delibes It Had To Be

Music For Signing The Register For Organ Or Flute And Guitar

Traditional Hymns For Organ or With Flute And Guitar When choosing hymns for a wedding, it is better to go with something most people will know as some of your wedding guests may not be regular Church goers! If you have chosen the Church organist, they will play your chosen pieces from their repertoire during the signing of the register. Ideas For Popular Hymns May Include Lead Us Heavenly Father Lead Us Love Divine All Loves Excelling Make Me A Channel

Entrance Of The Bride – Music For A Church Wedding

Wedding Music For A Church Ceremony Choosing the music for your Church wedding can be quite straight forward, especially if the Church has its own organist.  However, you might consider a more modern approach which can be very useful especially if there is no organist. Choosing to take the modern route allows the bride and groom to pick music that is more contemporary for the bridal entrance, signing the register and the bride and groom exit as well as combining the

Happy Leap Year!

Leap Day, on February 29, has been a day of traditions, folklore and superstitions ever since Leap Years were first introduced by Julius Caesar over 2000 years ago. Women Propose to Their Men According to an old Irish legend, or possibly history, St Brigid struck a deal with St Patrick to allow women to propose to men – and not just the other way around – every four years. This is believed to have been introduced to balance the traditional