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Stefania and Matteo’s wedding ceremony at St Mary’s Cathedral, July 28, 2012, violin and cello duo, Calgary AB

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Stefania and Matteo’s wedding ceremony was traditional, refined and absolutely gorgeous! The music as well fit the style and mod of the ceremony just perfectly. The long aisle walk for the bridesmaids was set of and heightened by Bach’s Air, which is both graceful and flowing. The brides music was Pachelbel’s Canon in D, a perennial favorite at weddings, and performed by our violinist and cellist in an interesting and continually varied style, this too was also very flowing and really made the brides walk up the aisle something that the bride, groom and guests will always remember. For the signing of the documents, our musicians returned to the music of Bach performing the sedate and comforting Arioso. When the priest pronounced the bride and groom, the newly married couple walked down the aisle as husband and wife to Handel’s rousing and boisterous La Rejouissance.

Processional: Bach: Air

Bride: Pachelbel: Canon

Signing: Bach Arioso

Recessional: Handel: La Rejouissance

Wedding ceremony musicians Calgary: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duo, string trio and string quartet