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Classical music is often used for the attendant's processional (the song the groomsmen and bridesmaids enter to) and for the recessional (the song everyone exits to). The majority of weddings also use classical music for the seating of family members, although there are many popular songs that will work well for that also. Classical music can also be freely interspersed throughout the prelude music. Since many programs list composers for classical music, each composer is listed along with the composition.

Air from "Water Music" (Handel)
Angel Eyes (Brickman)
Ashokan Farewell (Ungar)
Bridal Chorus (Wagner)
Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Carla's Etude (John)
Concerto in A (Mozart)
Edelweiss (Rodgers)
Feather Theme from Forrest Gump (Silvestri)
Forever in Love (Kenny G)
Greensleeves (Traditional)
Highland Cathedral (Traditional)
Hornpipe (Handel)
Hymne (Vangelis)
Jessica's Theme (Barry)
Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach)
Jesus, Jesus Rest Your Head (Traditional)
Ode to Joy (Beethoven)
On Golden Pond (Grusin)
Out of Africa (Barry)
Paris Nocturne (Fogelberg)
Rondeau (Mouret)
Simple Gifts (Brackett)
Somewhere in Time (Barry)
Songbird (Kenny G)
Sound of Music March (Rodgers)
The Giving (Smith)
The Wedding Song (Kenny G)
Theme from "Dying Young" (Kenny G/Howard)
Time Passing (Foster)
Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
Trumpet Voluntary (Clarke)
Twilight and Mist (Horner)
Wedding March (Mendlesohn)

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