Wedding Music


Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Johann Sebastian Bach)   
Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel) 
Rondeau in D (Jean-Joseph Mouret) 
Air (G.F. Handel) 
Air on the G String (Johann Sebastian Bach) 
Ode to Joy (Ludwig van Beethoven) 
Trumpet Voluntary (Jeremiah Clarke) 
Trumpet Tune (Henry Purcell) 
Sheep May Safely Graze (Johann Sebastian Bach) 
Allegro maestoso (George Frideric Handel) 
Alleluia (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart) 

These suggestions are simply a place to start. Other suggestions are welcome. Some selections feature recordings from the organ or piano. Either instrument will work for any of these pieces.  


All page references are Journey Song (piano or organ can be used for these).

Hear Us Now, Our God and Father p. 539 
Where Love Is Found p. 543 
Joyful, Joyful, We Adore You p. 575 
Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven p. 586 
Lord of All Hopefulness p. 647 
Love Divine, All Loves Excelling p. 709 
Ubi Caritas p. 776 
Taste and See p. 782 

Entrance Antiphon

The Church has antiphons and verses for Entrance, Offertory, and Communion, which can be used instead of hymns or in addition to them. The Entrance Antiphon is a natural choice due to the timing of of bride and bridal party processions.

Other hymn suggestions are welcome. 

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