Magical Music for all Events

We are here to help with all your practical questions and to ensure that you have all the support and guidance you need.

Remember to ask us whether your particular favourites will work. Our mission is to make your event magical, and to reflect your musical tastes.

We can tailor the music for your reception to go right through from the first pop of the champagne cork, to the speeches at your wedding breakfast.

The harp is an incredibly versatile instrument inside and outside, small gathering or huge reception. We can help you decide the mood you would like to create for each part of the proceedings. You can choose key pieces that you would like and we will make sure that the rest of the musical menu ties in with your themes.

If you have no idea where to even start, we will help you to create the event of your dreams.

Quality Counts

All our musicians take tremendous pride in their work. All the music clips below were recorded by Xenia Horne (wedding harpist) and Champagne (wedding string quartet).

If you are listening to these clips through your computer speakers, the sound may well be compromised. We always recommend listening to them through high fidelity headphones.

Ceremony Music

Ceremony Music falls into three stages; your entrance, signing of the register and exit. We can advise you on pieces for civil ceremonies and partnerships as well as church weddings. There is a wonderful variety of music for all types of celebrations.

Entrance or Processional Tunes

Civil Ceremony

      Make You Feel My Love - Adele
      Cannon in D - Pachelbel
      Arioso - Bach
      Romance - Krumpholz
Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
Flower Duet (Delibes)
Wedding March (Wagner)
Moon River (Mancini)
When I Fall in Love (Donaldson)

Processional Church Ceremony

Ave Maria (Schubert)
Panis Angelicus (Franck)
Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach)
Un Bel di Vedremo (Puccini)
Spring and Four Seasons (Vivaldi)

Signing the Register

During a civil ceremony there is usually time to choose two or three pieces of music as your photographer will use this opportunity to take some carefully chosen pictures.

If you are getting married in a church, there is often time for one piece of music, but always have a second choice lined up in case there is time to hear that too.

      Gymnopedie III - Satie
      I Giorni - Einaudi
      Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
      Summertime - Gershwin
Clair de Lune (Debussy)
Meditation (Thais)
My Heart will go on (Horner)
Caro Mio (Ben Giordano)

Exit Music or Recessional

This is where you can either stay with tradition or throw it to the wind. The moment where you walk back through all your friends and family at the end of the ceremony is one you will never forget. The music that you walk back to is an important part of that experience. You may want to skip and cheer, or take your time and walk slowly to savour every second.

Here are some ideas, ranging from the classical to the charts.

      Brian Borus March
      Prelude in C - Bach
      Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol
Wedding March (Mendlessohn)
Horns & Trumpets (Handel)
Trumpet Voluntary (Purcell)
Yellow (Coldplay)
God Only Knows (Beach Boys)
You Raise Me Up
Unchained Melody
Pelagia’s Song
Looks Like We Made It
Truly Madly Deeply