Post # 1
I am haveing a presbyterian church wedding and don’t have a clue on what song to walk down the isle too my sister says canon in d but i think that sounds like it should be played when we are lighting the unity candles any segestions.
Post # 3
Canon in D is usually used for processionals because it’s a canon – a form of music with a repeating structure. That makes it nice, because you can adjust it to pretty much any length and you don’t have to worry about it sounding like it’s cut off in the middle.
If you don’t want Canon in D there are tons of other options, but it would definitely surprise people to hear it used at a wedding for something other than the processional.
Post # 4
Trumpet Voluntary by Clarke is another popular but pretty entrance song.
Post # 5
Prince of Denmark March
Thaxted/O God Beyond All Praising
Handel’s Largo from Xerxes
Bach’s Air on the G String
Handel’s Water Music
Telemann’s La Grace
Bach’s Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring
Post # 6
I’m walking down to the song “Marry Me” by Train but my ceremony performer is singing it acoustic.