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What are some good classical songs for a wedding prelude?

My friend is helping to plan a wedding (fairly simple wedding), and the planners decided that they wanted a violin/harp for the wedding music. So are there any specific classical pieces (read CLASSICAL, such as Bach) that are recommended or good for the Prelude? What qualities of the piece should I look for? Will anything do?

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One Response to "What are some good classical songs for a wedding prelude?"

  1. TheaCat says:
    From a classical radio home page

    Prelude

    J.S. Bach, “Sleepers Awake”

    J.S. Bach, “Air on the G string” BWV 1068

    J.S.Bach, “Sheep May Safely Graze”

    Processional

    Pachelbel, Canon in D

    Clarke, “Prince of Denmark´s March”

    Wagner, “Bridal Chorus” from the opera “Lohengrin”

    Mozart, “Wedding March” from “Marriage of Figaro”

    Handel, “Water Music”, “Royal Fireworks Music”

    J.S. Bach, “Sinfonia” from Cantata #156

    Interlude

    Massenet, “Meditation from Thais”

    J.S. Bach, “Sheep May Safely Graze”

    Elgar, “Salut d´Amour”

    Tchaikovsky, “Andante Cantabile”

    J.S. Bach, “Allegro from Brandenburg Concerto #4″

    Gluck, “Dance Of the Blessed Spirits”

    Satie, “Gymnopedies #1, #3″

    Puccini, “O Mio Babbino Caro”

    Mendelssohn, “Nocturne from Midsummer Night´s Dream”

    Recessional

    Handel, “Arrival of the Queen of Sheba”

    Mendelssohn, “Wedding March from Midsummer Night´s Dream”

    Mozart, “Allelujah from Exsultate Jubilate”

    Vivaldi, “Spring from the Four Seasons”

    Mozart, “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”

    Mozart, “Overture to Marriage of Figaro”

    Handel, “And the Glory”, from “Messiah”

    Beethoven, “Ode to Joy”

    Reception

    J.S. Bach, “Brandenburg Concertos”

    Mozart, “Haffner Serenade”

    Mozart, “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik”

    Handel, “Water Music”

    Vivaldi, “The Four Seasons”

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