Music for Weddings

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What would be good music for my wedding?

Music for Weddings

During the prelude to the ceremony, Bach's “Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring,” Pachelbel's “Canon,” and Liszt's “Liebestraume,” are all appropriate. Most brides come down the aisle to the “Here Comes the Bride” theme from Wagner's Lohengrin, and leave the church to the famous “Wedding March” of Mendelssohn.

   

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