The RSQ is is a perfect choice for your wedding or reception music. For your convenience, we have provided a list of our musical selections. Please click on the highlighted pieces below to hear the RSQ in a live performance.

Wedding Music
Jewish Wedding Music
Music for Receptions

WEDDING MUSIC

Music for the Processional
• Canon in D – Pachelbel
Winter (2nd mvt.) from The Four Seasons – Vivaldi
• Largo from Xerxes – Handel
• Trumpet Voluntary or Trumpet Tune – Purcell/Clarke
• Air from Watermusic – Handel
• Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin - Wagner

Music for the Signing of the Register
Air on the G string from Orchestral Suite No.3– Bach
• Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach
• Ave Maria – Schubert or Bach/Gounod
• Winter (2nd mvt.) from The Four Seasons – Vivaldi
• Sheep May Safely Graze – Bach
• Panis Angelicus – Franck

Music for the Recessional
• Hornpipe from Watermusic – Handel
Brandenburg Concerto #3 (1st mvt.) - Bach
• La Réjouissance from Royal Fireworks – Handel
Entrance of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
• Wedding March from A Midsummer’s Night Dream – Mendelssohn
• Joyful, Joyful We Adore Thee (“Ode to Joy” from Symphony #9) – Beethoven

Please call or email to tell us your selections for the processional, signing of the register and the recessional. Many of the pieces listed are also perfect for other moments in your service including lighting of the candles, communion or a musical interlude between readings. We have hundreds of other beautiful pieces in our repertoire if you would like to request pieces that are not listed here. We will choose music for the 15 minute prelude.

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Music for Receptions

Spanish Dance (Tango) - Albeniz
Leibesfreud - Kreisler
Eine Kleine Nachtmusic – Mozart
“Flower Duet” from Lakmé – Délibes
Only Time – Enya
Salut d’Amour – Elgar
“The Swan” from Carnival of the Animals – Saint-Saëns
“All I Ask Of You” from Phantom of the Opera – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Quartet Op.33 No.3 “The Birds” – Haydn
Easy Winners – Joplin
Christmas Concerto – Corelli

JEWISH WEDDING MUSIC

Music for the Processional
(Often 2 pieces; one for the entrance of the Rabbi, family, groom & parents, bridal attendants, then another for the bride and parents)

Erev Shel Shoshanim (Evening Of Roses)
Dodi Li (My Beloved Is Mine And I Am His)
• Jerusalem of Gold
• Chorshat Haecalyptus (The Eucalyptus Grove)
• Yedid Nefesh (Beloved Of My Soul)
• Sunrise, Sunset from “Fiddler on the Roof”

Music for the Recessional
• Simon Tov (Congratulations and Good Luck)
• Hevenu Shalom Aleychem
• L’Achaim (To Life) from “Fiddler on the Roof”

Jewish Songs
• Bashana Haba’ah (Next Year)
• Oif’n Pripetshok
• Hava Nagila (Let’s Rejoice)
• Tsena Tsena
• Ose Shalom
• Od Yeshoma (The Voice Of Gladness Shall Be Heard Again)

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