“The music was beautiful, perfectly timed, and really was just the right addition to our ceremony. Thank you for making it so easy and well-coordinated!” Hilary and Joseph, bride and groom
The music choices for Hilary and Joseph’s wedding were excellent, and the couple really chose well. The duo chose a variety of classical music during the prelude as guests were chatting and taking their seats. For the processional, as Hilary had a very small wedding party (just 1 maid of honor) the short and cheerful Prelude from Te Deum by Charpentier was a natural fit. The signing music was Bach’s Sleepers Awake, which is actually a less common choice, but one of our favorites to play. The violin and cello each have distinct melodies that weave in and out while maintaining a great pulse. Switching to modern music for the recessional is always fun, and it brides the gap between the church ceremony and the reception to follow; for this section, our violinist and cellist performed Here Comes the Sun, for a beautiful and happy finale to the wedding ceremony.
Processional: Charpentier Prelude from Te Deum
Signing of the registry: Bach’s Sleeper’s Awake
Recessional: The Beatle’s Here Comes the Sun
Church and Photo Source: First Unitarian Congregation
Wedding Ceremony Music Ottawa: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets