All of the selections played should be appropriate for the Recessional as it is the celebration of new togetherness.
As with the recessional, do not be afraid to choose something unusual and unique that you like. You can choose for the popular ones like Mendelssohn's Wedding March, the famous piece by Handel from his oratorio Solomon, Trumpet Voluntary (Prince of Denmark's March) by Clarke, Overture from The Marriage of Figaro by Mozart,
Pomp and Circumstance March No 4 by Elgar, The Rejoicing from Music for the Royal Fireworks by Handel, Bridal March by Hollins, Hornpipe from the Water Music by Handel, Carillion De Westminster by Vierne, Rondeau by Joseph Mouret, Grand March from Aida by Verdi, Grand March from Le Prophete by Meyerbeer, Fanfare by Whitlock
and Ode to Joy by Beethoven.
After choosing the play list, you will need to consult with your church organist or musicians to ensure that the music you like is suitable for the organ and is within the playing ability of the musicians. So walk arm-in-arm down the aisle as husband and wife, with a song that is triumphant, joyful, fun and special.
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