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From: Nicolet
Response: The most 'commonly' used traditional wedding music for Entrance: Trumpet Voluntary, Trumpet Tune, Rondeau Mouret , and the
popular 'Wedding March'. You may select a piece for a Unity Candle ~ where applicable ~ any favorite or yours/groom ~ Recessionals and Processionals can mix/match. Pachelbels Canon In D is a huge favorite and can be lengthened/shortened depending on the number of people in your bridal party. Typically,
light classical is played during a prelude. Most any light classical piece works.
Kathie Nicolet Chicago Wedding Pianist
www.knicoletpiano.com


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