Planning 101 12th November 2018

Classical Music To Walk Down The Aisle To

After months of endless planning and organising, it’s time to get the wedding well and truly under way! The first step? Walking down the aisle! You can walk down the aisle to any genre or style of music you like but many couples still opt for traditional (and gorgeous) classical music for their big day! However, if classical music and picking the right piece seems like an unfamiliar and daunting task then don’t you worry as we’ve picked out some absolutely fantastic classical music pieces for you to pick from! Take a listen to some of these fab picks below…

1.     "Ode To Joy," by The O'Neill Brothers


2.     "A Midsummer Night's Dream, Op. 61: IX. Wedding March," by Felix Mendelssohn, London   Symphony Orchestra and Peter Maag


3.     "Ave Maria," by Johann Sebastian Bach, Charles Gounod, Nora Shulman and Judy Loman


4.     Canon in D” by Pachelbel


5.     Nocturne from a Midsummer Night’s Dream” by Felix Mendelssohn


6.     "Wedding March" by Andrew Grossman, Lana Ross and Anna Moor


7.     Bridal Chorus” by Wagner


8.     "The 4 Seasons: Violin Concerto in F minor, Op. 8, No. 4, RV 297, "L'inverno" (Winter): II. Largo," by  Vivaldi


9.     Ave Verum Corpu” by Wolfagng Amadeus Mozart


10.   “March of the Priests” by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart


11.  Cello Suite No. 1, Prelude”  by Johann Sebastion Bach


12.  Jesu, Joy of Mans Desiring” by Johann Sebastion Bach


13.  The Swan (Le Cygne)” by Saint Saens


14.  Chorale from Jupiter from The Planets” by Gustav Holst


15.  “The Flower Duet from Lakmé’ by Léo Delibes


16.  “Piano Trio No. 2 in E-flat Major” by Franz Schubert


17.  Air On the G String, from Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068” by Johann Sebastian Bach


18.  A Thousand Years” The Piano Guys (originally Christina Perri)


19.  Prelude to Te Deum” by Marc-Antoine Charpentier


20.  "Solomon, HWV 67: The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" by Georg Friedrich Handel


21.   "Music for the Royal Fireworks, HWV 351" by Georg Friedrich Handel


All of the above work well on either the harp or for a string quartet