Wedding Music


The exact music you choose to have at your wedding is, of course, entirely up to you apart, of course, from some legal restrictions (show/hide).

Whether you want a traditional approach, or something more quirky, or something deeply personal to yourselves, there is a world of music out there from which to choose. Our job is to help you choose and then to make that choice a reality.

Very often the music that the client chooses is not written for the ensemble that will be performing it. For example, When I’m Sixty-Four obviously wasn’t written for a string quartet! Most music, however, can be arranged for different ensembles if required. During the consultation process we look at the whole picture to make sure the repertoire will fit with the ensemble and/or vice versa. If an arrangement is required we can provide this at an additional fee. Arranging is a skilled and detailed job and can take a lot of time as well as requiring extra rehearsal time, so we like to have as much advanced notice as possible.

Repertoire ideas

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon - Handel
Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin – Wagner
Canon in D – Pachelbel
Prince of Denmark’s March – Jeremiah Clarke
[formerly attributed to Henry Purcell as Trumpet Voluntary]
Zadok The Priest – Handel
Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring - J.S.Bach
Bridal March from The Marriage of Figaro - Mozart

Signing of the Register
Chanson de Matin – Elgar
Romance - Shostakovich
Salut D’Amour - Elgar
Pavane - Faure
Air on a G String - Bach
Sheep May Safely Graze - Bach

Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream - Mendelssohn
Ode to Joy from Symphony no 9 - Beethoven    
Hornpipe from Water Music - Handel
Two Rondeaux - Purcell
Grand March from Aida - Verdi
Brandenburg Concerto No.3 - Bach
Spring from The Four Seasons - Vivaldi
La Réjouissance from Music for the Royal Fireworks - Handel