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Weddings

The Wedding Ceremony

The wedding ceremony includes the following elements.....

 

Prelude - The harp is a perfect choice for setting an ambience of elegance and style that leaves your guests with a lasting impression of beauty and grace.   The prelude provides 30-minutes of beautiful harp music as the guests arrive and are seated.   This may include 10-12 selections of harp solo.

 

Processional - The processional marks the official begininng of the formal ceremony.  The wedding party enters taking their place to await the Bride's grand entrance.   The wedding party may include: Grandparents, Mothers, Groomsmen, Groom, Minister, Bridesmaids, Jr. Bridesmaid, Ring Bearer and/or Flower Girls.   All guests should stand as the Bride enters.  You may choose one or two musical selections for the wedding party and a very special selection for the Bride.

 

Recessional - The recessional is a joyous celebration as the Bride and Groom are pronounced Husband and Wife...they exit as a Newly-Wed Couple.   The wedding party follows....the minister may invite the guests to the reception at this point.  This will include one upbeat selection for the exit.

 

Postlude - The Postlude is the time for guests to exit the ceremony site...the harpist may select 1-2 pieces for the postlude.

 

Here are a few titles you may choose from....

 

Bridal Chorus, Canon in D, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, C Major Prelude

A Thousand Years, Make You Feel My Love, Hallelujah, What a Wonderful World, The Feather, and many others

 

Repertoire - Martha has developed an elegant repertoire for many occasions and genres with many selections...she plays tradtional, classical, celtic, popular, contemporary and cover songs.

 

Amplification System - Martha offers a JBL sound system that provides true sound for the harp if it is needed.

 

Ask Martha.....about duets & trios with other instruments;   Sound system to include Minister/Officiant, Vocalist, or other applications.

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