The following is a list of favorite music selections from many brides and grooms. These are only suggestions and are provided within a general wedding framework to help you get started in the planning process. As you will notice, some of the pieces fit into more than one category. Due to the size of our music library, we chose to list only the favorites on this page.

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Before the ceremony begins, there can be fifteen to thirty minutes of music while seating guests, lighting candles, rolling out the carpet, and finally seating the grandparents and the mothers of the bridal couple take place.  Music that is graceful and light helps create just the right mood.

Here are some additional selections:
Air from Water Music Suite (Handel)
Brandenburg #2 (Bach)
Brandenburg #5 (Bach)
Ode to Joy (Beethoven)
Romance in G (Beethoven)
Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)
Sunrise, Sunset (Bock)
Palladio (Jenkins)




The processional begins after the mother of the bride is seated and the wedding party begins their walk down the aisle. If there are many people in the wedding party, a quiet or more subdued piece may be used as they process in, then a bigger, more celebratory piece accompanies the bride's entrance.

Some additional selections:
Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)Royal Fireworks Music (Handel)
Trumpet Tune in C (Purcell)
The Four Seasons (Spring) (Vivaldi)
Ode to Joy (Beethoven)
Wedding March (Mendelssohn)--Traditional
Rondeau (Theme from Masterpiece Theatre)(Mouret)
Wedding Processional from "The Sound of Music" (Rodgers)




Music can create and maintain the mood throughout the ceremony reflecting the seriousness of the vows as well as the joy of the event and the excitement of the bride and groom and their family and friends. If your ceremony is being held in a house of worship or other spiritual center, please ask the officiant performing your ceremony if the music you wish to have performed is acceptable. Many officiants have a list of what music is appropriate for each part of the ceremony.

Additional Ceremony Music selections:
Sheep May Safely Graze - Bach
Finlandia - Sibelius
The Lord's Prayer
Winter from the Four Seasons - Vivaldi
The Wedding Song - Kenny
Ave Maria - any of the well-known ones
Amazing Grace
Wedding Prayer - Dunlap
Wedding Song (There Is Love)
The Wedding Song (Paul Stuckey)






The big moment! The bride and groom are pronounced husband and wife, have kissed, and turn to walk up the aisle as a married couple. This calls for festive and celebratory music to reflect their excitement and joy as they walk up the aisle together.

Additional Postlude Selections:
Air on the G String from Orchestral Suite No. 3 - Bach
Hornpipe - from Water Music Suite - Handel
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba from Solomon - Handel
Ode to Joy - Beethoven
Brandenburg #2 (Bach)
Brandenburg #5 (Bach)
Rondeau (Theme from Masterpiece Theatre) (Mouret)
Eine Kleine Nachtmusic (Mozart)
String Quartets..................................Mozart
String Quartets..................................Haydn





Variety is our specialty. In addition to different movements from some of the most dynamic classical string quartets, we also perform favorites from Broadway musicals, waltzes, jazz favorites, ballads and pop tunes.  This is a mere sampling from our generous repertoire.

Please contact us via e-mail or call 970-237-2388 for a more extensive list.

Appalachia Waltz (Mark O'Connor)
Ashokan Farewell (Ungar)
Blue Danube Waltzes (Strauss)
Bavarian Waltz (Matesky)
Blue Tango (Anderson)
The Entertainer (Joplin)
Paragon Rag (Joplin)
Maria (Bernstein)
Over The Rainbow (Harburg)
Annie's Song (Denver)
Edelweiss (Rodgers & Hammerstein)
Simple Gifts (Shaker Hymn)
Somewhere in Time (Barry)
Unchained Melody (North)
Sabbath Prayer (Bock)
Richard Rodgers Waltzes (Naughtin)



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