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33 Best Classical Wedding Processional Songs

Planning a wedding down to the very last detail includes that of choosing the music for your ceremony. As your bridal party starts to enter the room, select any of the following classical wedding processional songs to incorporate into your playlist. This will next transition into the bridal walk.

Air – George F. Handel
All People That On Earth Do Dwell – Old 100th hymn
Appalachia Waltz – Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O’Connor
Bridal Chorus – Richard Wagner
Canon in D – Johann Pachelbel
Canzon V – Giovanni Gabrieli
Coronation March for Czar Alexander III – Peter I. Tchaikovsky
Dona Nobis Pacem – 16th century hymn
Flatbush Waltz – Andy Statman
Hanava Babanot – Neeman
Hymn Fanfare from The Triumphant – Francois Couperin
Overture – George Frederic Handel
Procession of Joy – Hal Hopson
Promenade – Modest Mussorgsky
Rigaudon – Andre Campra
Romeo and Juliet Love Theme – Tchaikovsky
Scalero de Oro – traditional Sephardic
Sinfonia – Johann S. Bach
Sonatas for Organ, Op. 65, No. 3 – Felix Mendelssohn
Spring – Antonio Vivaldi
St. Anthony’s Chorale – Franz Joseph Haydn
Sunrise, Sunset – Sheldon Harnick & Jerry Bock
Te Deum – Marc Antoine Charpentier
The Look of Love – Dionne Warwick/Burt Bacharach
The Prince of Denmark’s March – Jeremiah Clarke
The Vow – Jeremy Lubbock
To A Wild Rose – Edward MacDowell
Toccata – Claudio Monteverdi
Trumpet Tune – Henry Purcell
Trumpet Voluntary – Jeremiah Clarke
Wedding March – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Wedding Processional – Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein
Winter, Largo – Antonio Vivaldi

Here is just one look at the many classical music favorites used in a wedding. From the prelude to the processional and recessional; this song list will make planning your ceremonial music much easier.

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