Thirty-second music clips of the 16 most popular classical music selections used in wedding ceremonies.
(20-30 minutes required)
Played prior to the ceremony, while guests are arriving.
1. Air from Suite for Orchestra No. 3 (Air on the G-String) J. S. Bach
2. Sheep May Safely Graze- J. S. Bach
3. Arioso J. S. Bach
4. Moonlight Sonata - Beethoven
5. Ave Maria Franz Schubert
6. Für Elise Beethoven
Seating Mothers and Grandmothers
Played while seating mothers and grandmothers.
1. Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring J. S. Bach
2. Air from Water Music - George Frederic Handel
Played while bridesmaids proceed down the aisle.
1. Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel
Played while the bride walks down the aisle.
1. Bridal Chorus (commonly known as Here Comes The Bride) from "Lohengrin (1858) by Richard Wagner.
2. The Prince of Denmark's March (Trumpet Voluntary) - Jeremiah Clarke
3. Trumpet Tune in D Purcell-Clarke
Might be played during the service, such as during the lighting of a unity candle.
1. Sheep May Safely Graze- J. S. Bach
Bride and Groom Recessional
Played as the newlyweds exit down the aisle.
1. Wedding March from A Midsummer's Night Dream - Felix Mendelssohn
2. Rondeau - Jean Joseph Mouret
3. Hornpipe from Water Music - George Frederic Handel
Played as guests exit the church.
1. The Four Seasons Spring, Allegro AntonioVivaldi
2. Hornpipe from Water Music - George Frederic Handel