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Music is one of the most important components of a wedding.  It expresses the emotional aspect of the ceremony and reinforces the aesthetic beauty of the event.   It must be personal and sentimental for the bride and groom while at the same time connecting with the guests.  Lets review some classic ceremonial wedding songs to coincide with the new found classicism of Vera’s Fall 2013 Bridal Collection.


Here are some pieces that no matrimonial music blog post could ever go without.

“Ave Verum Corpus”  – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Canon in D” - Johann Pachelbel

“Air on a G String” – Johann Sebastian Bach

“Enterance of The Queen of Sheeba” – George Frideric Handel


A few of these next songs are a bit less traditional, but certainly no less classic.  For a modern bride that wants a more subtle and minimalistic feel at her ceremony, these pieces are perfect.


“Pie Jesu” – Gabriel Faure

Zadok the Priest” - George Frideric Handel

“Lascia Ch’io Piango”  - George Frideric Handel

“Ave Maria”  - Johann Seabatian Bach/ Charles Gounoud





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