Attention Brides, Grooms & Domestic Partners:

Are you having trouble choosing your processional and recessional pieces for your wedding?  Just click on the title for an audio sample of the music to help you decide. (If there is a piece you have been yearning to have for your processional and you don't see it listed here, contact the harpist for more information.)

(Note: These are computer-generated midi files for the purpose of sampling the melodies, not an actual harp recording.)



Commonly performed wedding processionals and recessionals:


Traditional:

Bridal Chorus - R. Wagner (processional only)

Wedding March - F. Mendelssohn (recessional only)

Baroque:

Canon in D - J. Pachelbel

Fireworks 'The Rejoicing' - G.F. Handel

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring - J.S. Bach

Psalm 19 - B. Marcello

Rigaudon - A. Campra

Rondeau - J.J. Mouret (usually used as recessional)

Trumpet Tune - H. Purcell (usually used as recessional)

Trumpet Voluntary - J. Clarke (usually used as processional)

Water Music 'Aire' - G.F. Handel

Water Music 'Allegro' - G.F. Handel

Water Music 'Minuet' - G.F. Handel

Classical/Romantic:

Jupiter Theme - Gustav Holst

Ode to Joy - L. von Beethoven

Pictures at an exhibition theme - M. Mussorgsky

Folk:

Carolan's Concerto - T. Carolan