What do you walk down the aisle to classical?

What do you walk down the aisle to classical?

Classical Wedding Processional Songs

  • Canon in D – Pachelbel.
  • Ave Verum Corpus – Mozart.
  • Bridal Chorus – Wagner.
  • Pie Jesu – adapted by Andrew Lloyd Webber.
  • Nella Fantasia (or Gabriel’s Oboe) – Ennio Morricone.
  • Jesu, Joy of Man Desiring – Bach.
  • The Swan (Le Cygne) – Saint Saens.

What songs do you need during a wedding ceremony?

This might seem complicated, but it’s actually very easy. Most ceremonies we play the bride only needs to select four songs: processional, bride, unity candle/sand ceremony, and recessional.

What is the best organ music for a wedding?

Here is the Best Organ Wedding Music list – filled with classics and contemporary that seem to play well with this timeless instrument. Organ Symphony No. 1 in D minor, Op. 14, VI.

What music is played at a wedding entrance?

The most traditional and well known of wedding entrances, although it was originally sung in an opera it’s now always played on the organ. The slow and stately feel may help to relax the nervous, though the popular association of the words “Here comes the bride…” may be a disincentive. 2. Air from the Water Music – George Frideric Handel

Who is the organist of Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris?

Vierne was famously organist of Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris. We hope that you found our suggestions for organ wedding music helpful and maybe you’ve selected some of the tunes above for your own wedding. Please leave a comment below to let us know your own favourite wedding music for the organ or what music you had during your wedding.

What is the name of the wedding song?

“Toccata” from Organ Symphony No 5 – Charles-Marie Widor (pronounced Vee-Door) A loud, effervescent piece from Paris, with driving rhythms and dramatic bass lines. This was popularised by being chosen for the weddings of Princess Alexandra in 1963, and Princess Anne in 1973, and remains a favourite today.