Music Samples for Weddings

  • Prelude

    Prelude in Classic Style arr. Gordon Young
    “Meditation” from Tahis J. Massenet
    One Hand, One Heart L. Bernstein
    Arioso J. S. Bach
    The King of Love My Shepherd Is  arr. Dale Wood   

    Bridal Party Entrance

    Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring  J. S. Bach
    “Allegro” from Organ concerto in A minor JS Bach
    Sonata G. F. Handel
    Canon in D  J. Pachelbel
    Air J. S. Bach
    The Swan  C. Saint-Sâens

    Entrance of the Bride

    Prince of Denmark’s March J. Clarke
    Bridal Chorus  R. Wagner
    Trumpet Voluntary J. Stanley
    Ode to Joy  L. van Bethoven

    Sign of the Cross and Greeting
    Opening Prayer

    Liturgy of the Word
    First Reading

    Responsorial Psalm

    Alaben Su Nombre   Psalm 148
    Praise the Lord   Psalm 148
    Taste and See  Psalm 34
    The Lord Is Kind and Merciful  Psalm 103
    O Blessed Are Those  Psalm 128
    The Lord Is Near   Psalm 145
    Gusten Y Vean

    Second Reading

    Gospel Acclamation

    Celtic Alleluia

    Gospel Reading
    Rite of Marriage

    Liturgy of the Eucharist

    Preparation of the Gifts
    Set Me As A Seal
    El Amor Nunca Pasará
    How Beautiful
    Panis Angelicus (O Lord Most Holy) César Franck
    Laudate Dominum W. A. Mozart
    My Heart Belongs to You
    The Servant Song
    Love Never Fails

    Eucharistic Prayer

    Holy, Holy
    Memorial Acclamation
    The Lord’s Prayer
    Nuptial Blessing
    Sign of Peace
    Lamb of God

    Communion Song

    One Bread One Cup
    Bread of Life/Pan de Vida
    Ven al Banquete
    One Bread One Body
    Ubi Caritas
    We Are One Body

    Prayer After Communion

    Flowers to Mary

    Ave Maria  Bach/Grounod
    Ave Maria  Franz Schubert
    Hail Mary Gentle Woman

    Final Blessing and Dismissal Recessional

    “Hornpipe”  Handel
    Trumpet Tune  G.P. Telemann
    “La Primavera” from the Four Seasons  Vivaldi
    Rejouissance  G.F. Handel
    Trumpet Voluntary  Henry Purcell
    Fanfare  Joseph Mouret
    Wedding March  F. Mendelssohn