One of the most touching and memorable walks in a bride’s life, in which family and friends participate, will be her walk down the aisle.
Most of the brides will pick “Here comes the bride” for that walk, the “Bridal Chorus” from the 1850 opera Lohengrin by German composer Richard Wagner. This march is played for the bride’s entrance at many formal weddings throughout the Western world.
Some brides might want to pick some other classical songs, to set the tone for that special occasion, for which there are wonderful choices as well.
In this blog we will showcase “Here comes the bride” as first choice and some beautiful classic alternatives, for brides who want to go the less traditional route.
In our next two blogs we will then showcase some more songs from other genres, which can set the tone and work perfectly too.
Bridal Chorus (Here comes the bride) - Richard Wagner
Cantata BWV 147, Jesus, Joy Of Man's Desiring - Johann Sebastian Bach
Ave Maria - Bach-Gounod
Wedding March - Mendelssohn
Canon in D - Johann Pachelbel
Roger Harrison, piano player and singer, and the Harrison Jazz Ensemble, a Jazz band in the greater Tampa Bay area, can help you to create the dream music for your wedding and your wonderful walk down the aisle too!