Traditional Wedding Ceremony Music Repertoire

Listen to Wedding Ceremony Music and personalize your Wedding Ceremony Soundtrack.

Whether setting the tone during the Prelude, as guests arrive or conveying a particular musical theme for processional or recessional, Brides and Grooms are selecting their music from many styles and genres of music.

These are the most popular themes we are asked to perform and can be used to contrast a contemporary song or evoke a sense of formality. Not to over simply, but we find many themes of the traditional repertoire may create a “musical impression” that can be deemed either Regal or Romantic. Brides looking for a more royal effect, listen the regal processionals… and for a less formal feeling, listen to the romantic themes below. By the way, many beautiful ceremonies blend the two impressions nicely.

View list of our Most Popularly Requested Ceremony Music

Traditional Processional Music with a “Regal” Impression

Air on the G String – Bach

Air from Water Music – Handel

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach

Traditional Processional Music with a “Romantic” Impression

Canon in D – Pachelbel

Arabesque – Debussy

Salut d’Amour – Elgar

Traditional Recessionals

Spring (Allegro) from The Four Seasons – Vivaldi

Hornpipe from Water Music – Handel