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Listed below are music suggestions for your wedding. You can listen to some of the pieces below. They are indicated by the audio icon audio icon. The audio files are in the mp3 format. Just click on the link to open. Help with audio files is available at the bottom of the page.

Before the ceremony

Composor Piece
Mozart Divertimenti
Handel Water Music
Vivaldi Spring (Four Seasons)
Grieg Wedding Day at Troldhaugen

During the ceremony

Composor Piece
Schubert audio icon Ave Maria (234 KB)
Vivaldi audio icon Largo (from Winter) (101 KB)
Tchaikovsky Andante Cantabile
Bach audio icon Air (191 KB)

Entrance music

Composor Piece
Purcell audio icon Trumpet Tune (95 KB)
Bach audio icon Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (118 KB)
Pachelbel Canon

Exit music

Composor Piece
Handel The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Mendelssohn audio icon Wedding March (143 KB)
Handel La Rejouissance
Mozart Eine Kleine Nachtmusik

Reception music

Help with audio files

The audio files above are in MP3 format. To listen to these files your computer will need:

  • a soundcard
  • speakers or headphones
  • suitable software for playing audio.

If you are using a dial-up Internet connection, we recommend you download audio files before playing, as this will allow the playback to run more smoothly.


If you do not have Windows Media Player or another audio player you will need to download it before you can listen to these files.

  • You can download Windows Media Player free of charge from Microsoft.
  • You can listen to MP3 files using the free Quick Time Player from Apple.

Downloading and playing audio files

If your player software has been correctly installed, the sound should start playing automatically when you click on an audio link. However, if playing does not start automatically, you can download and save the file onto your computer before opening it. This is how you do it:

PC users

  • right-click on the link to display an options menu
  • select 'Save target as…' (or 'Save link as…' in other browsers)
  • choose somewhere to save the file to your PC.

Mac users

  • control-click on the link to display an options menu;
  • select 'Download link to disk'
  • save the file to your Mac.