Share Your Wedding Music Playlist
Win a Royal Wedding Gift Package!
Sunday, April 17, 2011
UPDATE: 10:30am April 29, 2011
by Rose Peña from Ardsley, NY
Prelude: Lullaby for Strings - George Gershwin
Processional: Homage March from Sigurd Jorsalfar - Edvard Grieg
Offertory: Agnus Dei, L'Arlesienne, Suite No. 2 - Georges Bizet
Communion: Make Our Garden Grow - Leonard Bernstein
Processional: Allegro from Organ Fantasie, K. 594 - Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
by John from Brooklyn
Prelude: KleineGeistliche Konzerte - Heinrich Schütz
Bercuese Op. 16 - Gabriel Fauré
Symphony No. 4 (Fourth movement, arranged) - Gustav Mahler
Processional: Dolly, Op. 56, Berceuse - Gabriel Fauré
String Quartet Quintet in G major, Op. 77, III Poco Andante - Antonín Dvořák
"Laudate pueri, Dominum, Psalm 112, RV 600: Sit nomen Domini" - Antonio Vivaldi
Between Readings: Waltz Op. 39, No. 15 in A flat major - Johannes Brahms
Recessional: Gloria - Antonio Vivaldi
For some brides and grooms, a wedding is all about finding the right dresses, tuxedos, cake and invitations. For the musically minded, it's about finding the tunes that speak to you and complement your personality.
With wedding season and the latest royal nuptials just around the corner, want to hear about your wedding music choices. Write your playlist in the comments box below, including the processional, recessional and any other music that was part of the ceremony (signing the register, etc.).
The most creative -- yet cohesive -- selection will win our Royal Wedding package: a gift certificate for afternoon tea for two at Tea & Sympathy plus a fish & chips dinner for two at A Salt & Battery in Greenwich Village.