All in a Garden Green
A great bride's or bridesmaids processional. It has many good ending points within the song, so it can be customized to fit the length of time of your procession. Played here on oboe, hammered dulcimer, and guitar.
another great processional. You're hearing it here with oboe, hammered dulcimer, and guitar
A traditional wedding processional, played here by a trio of oboe, bassoon, and guitar. Can also be a recessional if played at a faster tempo
Canon in D
This piece has good reason to be the most popular wedding processional used today. Played here by oboe, bassoon, and guitar
Can be used for either processional or recessional. Played here by oboe, hammered dulcimer, and guitar
A great tune with a funny name, can be used for either processional or recessional. Played here by oboe, hammered dulcimer, and guitar.
A lively and classy wedding recessional, played here on hammered dulcimer and oboe.
Haste to the Wedding
This tune makes a lively recessional (but should be titled "Haste FROM the Wedding," don't you think?). Played here by soprano recorder and hammered dulcimer
Ode to Joy
Traditional and popular recessional, the title says it all about the beginning of your new life together. Played here by oboe and hammered dulcimer.
Misty Mountains of Home
Exquisite Celtic tune, heard here on alto recorder and hammered dulcimer
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
A favorite by Bach, played here by a trio of oboe, flute, bassoon. Thanks to flautist Patti Grandel for appearing as a guest on this recording.
Haunting tune written by Iain MacLachlan, originally for a BBC series of the same name in the 1960s. Only the tune survives now. Played here by alto recorder and hammered dulcimer
Probably our most popular for "candle-lighting," for any part of the wedding ceremony that needs soft background music. Played here on hammered dulcimer and soprano recorder.
Be Thou My Vision
beautiful traditional Celtic hymn tune, played here by alto recorder and hammered dulcimer