Our repertoire is too large to post here. However, once you have us reserved, you will receive a list of our full repertoire, as well as a COMPLETE guide to help you choose the perfect music for your wedding. Also, you will receive a worksheet to help you plan the ceremony, and our complete pop repertoire (over 70 songs). In the mean time, here are some ideas to help you visualize how various music may fit in your wedding ceremony.

Wedding Ceremony Music
I. Mother's and Grandmother's Entrance Music

Here are some favorites. The groomsmen and officiant usually get into place while this is wrapping up.

Composer Title
Traditional Hymn Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing (Hill Country String Arrangement) [mp3]
Bach, Johann Sebastian Air (on the G String), from Suite #3 in D Major [mp3]
Schubert, Franz Ave Maria
Bach, Johann Sebastian Ave Maria - Bach Gounod
Bach, Johann Sebastian Sheep May Safely Graze from Cantata #208

II. Bridesmaid's Processional
(Includes the Flower Girls & Ring-bearer)

Here are a few favorites.
Pachelbel, Johann Canon in D [mp3]
Bach, Johann Sebastian Sheep May Safely Graze from Cantata #208
Bach, Johann Sebastian Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring from Cantata #147
Nickel Creek Sweet Afton (Hill Country Strings Arrangement) [mp3]
Clarke, Jeremiah Trumpet Voluntary
Purcell, Henry Trumpet Tune
III. Bridal Processional
These are the traditional favorites:
Wagner, Richard Bridal Chorus from Act III of Lohengrin
Clarke, Jeremiah Trumpet Voluntary [mp3]
Purcell, Henry Trumpet Tune
Massenet, Jules Meditation from "Thais"
IV. Recessional
Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Felix Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream [mp3]
Handel, George Frederick Water Music Suite - Hornpipe [mp3]
Mouret,Jean-Joseph Rondeau from Sinfonies de Fanfares [mp3]
Vivaldi, Antonio Allegro from Violin Concerto in E Major, Op.8 #1 "Spring" [mp3]
Jewish Wedding Music
We have a complete set of traditional Jewish wedding music for string quartet. The Woodwind Trio has proven to be especially popular for Jewish Weddings, and recently we have started a new collaboration with traditional and folk fiddle player Lisa and her husband Eric (string bass), who play either solo, as a duo, or in a small band for Scandinavian solo fiddle music, and traditional Jewish and klezmer styles for your wedding or event.
Cocktail Hour and Dinner Music

Generally, we will play a variety of music that fits with the theme of your wedding. Often, we'll start with Baroque music like Bach and Vivaldi, then work our way through the Classical Era, the Romantic Era, play some tangos end up with a selection of modern tunes and pop music. This gives a nice arc connecting the more formal ceremony and leading in to the less formal reception. Of course, we always consider what is the best thing for each wedding, and we love it when you have a specific musical vision, and will happily make that happen.

Non-Wedding Occasions

Of course we have plenty of music to fill any occasion with the appropriate ambience. This includes Christmas parties, which we've done quite a number of, especially with the string quartet and saxophone quartets.


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