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Wedding Music Vol I
Wedding Music Vol II

Wedding Music Vol III

(all 44 songs below)

Prelude Songs

Falling in Love

Wachet Auf

Air on a G String

Air (from Water Music)

The Wedding Song (instrumental
      Kenny G version)

I Can Only Imagine

Largo

Bless the Broken Road

Arioso

Hawaiian Wedding Song

 
Processionals

Reminiscent Joy

Canon in D

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

Hymne

Canon in F

Here Comes the Bride

Canon in D

Forever My Love

 
Ceremony Music

The Wedding Song (There is Love)

Ave Maria (piano)

I Will be Here

The Gift of Love

How Beautiful

Panis Angelicus

The Prayer

By the Sea

To Make You Feel My Love

Ave Maria (harp & sax)

The Road That Never Ends

 
Recessionals

Spring (from The Four Seasons)

Ode to Joy

Finale (from Water Music)

Trumpet Tune

Rondeau

Wedding March - Mendelssohn

 
Reception Songs

From This Moment On

The Way You Look Tonight

Forever in Love

It Had to be You

When Lights Are Low

Unforgettable

Kiss the Girl

At Last

What a Wonderful World

 

(all 44 songs above)


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Read what other brides are saying about The O'Neill Brothers wedding music:

"We purchased your wedding CD (A Day to Remember) for our wedding. It was the only version of Canon in D that both my fiance and I liked! Beautiful CD! I can't wait to hear the pianist and violin player as I walk down the aisle." - Therese C. - Pittsfield, MA

"I can't tell you how thankful I am to have found your website! I bought A Day to Remember minutes after hearing your beautiful music online. I used the CD for all of the music at my wedding ceremony...it was just perfect! Your music is so very wonderful; I would recommend it to any bride! Thanks again!" - Kate - Bangor, ME

"I was originally looking for songs to play at my reception but ran across this album and have completely reworked the program to include most of the ones on A Day to Remember. Your sheet music book will make it so easy for the musicians playing at our ceremony...thank you so much!!" - Tara T.-Hendersonville, NC


Some wedding music tips from The O'Neill Brothers to help you down the aisle:

Consider the theme or style of your wedding for help in selecting the type of music you'd like to use and musicians you'd like to have play. Is your setting very classic? Consider a string quartet. Romantic? How about a harp? Traditional? Hire a pianist or organist.
 

Use live musicians to keep the wedding moving on time. Live musicians are easily able to adjust the length of pieces of music to accommodate what's happening. If a processional march takes more or less time than it did during rehearsal, live musicians can add or eliminate bars, verses or phrases to make the song end when the procession (or any other part of the ceremony) does.
 

Provide the necessary tools. When you've finalized the song list and booked your wedding musicians, don't forget to provide the sheet music for the pieces you've chosen. Work with the contact person at your venue to arrange for a practice session in the space prior to the event.
 

Check with the contact person at your venue. Many venues, particularly churches, have rules about the type of music that's allowed. Also, some venues may have a list of pre-approved ceremony musicians from which to choose.
 

Bend a friend's ear. Talk to a friend who's recently gotten married about their experiences. Ask for helpful tips about what they did that they liked or what they would've done differently. They may even be able to refer to you musicians, or recommend some song selections.
 

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Wedding Resource Budget tip: Hire musicians who multi-task. Do you want instrumental & vocal music? Select an instrumentalist that can also accompany the vocalist to reduce the number of people involved. On a really tight budget? Hire a pianist or guitarist who can play and sing.