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 traditional hymns too. Having your Church wedding ceremony this way changes an ordinary Church wedding into something more special and memorable.
Church Organ Music For The Entrance Of The Bride
Traditional chosen pieces for the entrance of the bride is
The Bridal Chorus” by Wagner also known as Here Comes the Bride.
Canon in D by Pachelbel.
Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring by JS Bach.
Alternative Church Music For The Entrance Of The Bride
Although the traditional Wagner and Mendelssohn pieces are still requested for the entrance and exit of the wedding ceremony, couples are often choosing more contemporary pieces that have a special meaning for them. These pieces can be played by the Church organist, or your chosen wedding musicians.
Bride’s Entrance With Flute And Guitar
Air (The Water Music) – Handel
Sonata Theme – Mozart
Plasir d’Amour – Traditional
Scarborough Fair – Traditional
Have I Told You Lately – Van Morrison
True Love – Cole Porter
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