- 8 years ago
- Wedding: May 2010
I’m having a string quartet for the ceremony and walking down the aisle to Air on the G by Bach. My other “must play” song is Glenn Miller’s Moonlight Serenade, a song that touches me each time I hear it and is also my mom’s favorite song. I chose my quartet specifically because they have this in their reportoire. However it’s listed in their cocktail/reception list as it’s more of a World War II era dance song. Since I won’t be around for the cocktail (taking pics) and we have a DJ for the reception, I want this to be played for the ceremony. Just can’t think of a good time to play it. Would it work for the recessional or is it not happy enough? Any other suggestions? I haven’t been to any ceremonies with live music and I don’t know when else it would be appropriate for the band to play.
http://www.serenadestrings.com/soundsamples.htm (please look up Moonlight Serenade)