Friday, March 24, 2017

Best wedding music ideas

ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN OF SHEBA, HANDEL

This classical piece may be thought to signify an arrival, but it functions flawlessly for a recessional certainly delighted and – it’s high tempo. Perfect for more traditional couples.
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DON’T STOP BELIEVING, VITAMIN STRING QUARTET (INITIALLY JOURNEY)

Another classical cover of a modern melody – as it strikes the best balance between traditional and contemporary, we adore this variation of Journey’s Don’t Stop Believing as played by a string quartet.
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WEDDING MARCH, MENDELSSOHN

This is the conventional option for the wedding recessional. This grand organ piece is definitely all about the play that is high, so is ideal to spiritual places or larger.

BRIDAL CHORUS, WAGNER

Often known as Here Comes The Bride, this piece of classical music is frequently played on an electric organ, and is the traditional choice for the procession of the bride. We’ve chosen a slightly more modern musical arrangement by Vicente Avella on classical piano – that way you'll be able to keep the element of tradition without the drama!

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