Music Suited for Weddings
All kinds of music can be requested to be played at weddings and sometimes it’s even appropriate. Here are some pieces that might work in different kinds of weddings.
Bridal March by W J D Leavitt
This is a dramatic and fun march for a very large wedding; just call it March in G, Opus 19, and you’ve got a march for any occasion
Bridal March by Leavitt
Bridal Song by Jensen-Warren
Warren arranged this from Adolf Jensen’s “Wedding Music,” his Opus 45 originally for piano four-hands.
Cantilène Nuptiale by Herbert Fricker
This “Wedding Song” is an impressive piece for a recital prior to the service or for a solo concert.
Douze Pièces by Albert Ribollet
Some of these would work well in a wedding.
A Festive March (Marche en Rondeau) by Richard Peek
A march of flexible length suitable for weddings and academic processions
Festive March (Marche en Rondeau)
Grand Triumphal Wedding March by C A Garratt
I never could figure out the meaning of triumphal wedding in the title, but it would make a great wedding march for a couple with a sense of humor
Grand Triumphal Wedding March
The Lyric Trumpet by Michael Johnston
I wrote this as an English trumpet tune with harmonies found in Epcot Park at Walt Disney World.
Procession to the Minster by Wagner-Brewer
Wagner’s “real” wedding march, also known as “Elsa’s Procession”
Procession to the Minster
A Purcell Suite by Purcell-Fricker
“Rondeau” and “Trumpet Tune” work well for weddings
Triumphal March by Dudley Buck
A happy march from 1868. Just call it “Wedding March.”
Triumphal March by Buck
Triumphal March by Alfred Hollins
Uses bells at 2′ pitch on the Solo division. Just call it “Wedding March.”
Triumphal March by Hollins
Triumphant Procession by Michael Johnston
You might use this for a short procession.
Wedding March by Dudley Buck
Perfect for a Victorian styled Wedding, written in 1871.
Wedding March by Buck