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Unique selection of classical piano music for wedding ceremony

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Below is a small list of personally selected classical music repertoire for the piano. They have been arranged in categories for the different portions of the wedding as suggestions, but one can mix and match to their own preference and liking.

The first list below are selections that can be used as prelude music and a few can be used as processional music such as the Largo, Moonlight, and Andantino. Prelude music is played up to 30 minutes before the ceremony as guests are being seated.

Prelude/ and select pieces for processionals

1] Largo (concerto) - Bach

2] Kinderszenen 1 - Schumann

3] Moonlight sonata - Beethoven

4] C minor sonata - Scarlatti

5] Andantino - Mozart

6] Nocturne in C#min- Chopin

7] Passacaglia - Handel

8] Butterfly - Grieg (in slower tempo)

Favorites: Bridal and Bridesmaids Processional

1] Canon in D (theme) - Pachelbel

2] Clair De Lune - Debussy

(Traditional) Recessional:

Wedding March - Mendelssohn

(optional) Postlude:

1] Allemande - Handel

2] Butterfly - Grieg

Local and traveling pianist can play any of these pieces for your wedding at packaged or customized rates - Cocktail and Event Pianist. To receive FREE wedding advice articles just fill out the contact form on the website.

If you have already chosen your pianist you may use the ideas from this list.

It's all about making your day special and looking back upon it with feel-good memories!


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