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Old 01-16-2006, 05:35 PM
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Wedding of Laura Ponte and Beltrán Gómez-Acebo:

1. when the bride was walking up the aisle, it was played the same music as in the wedding of Frederik of Denmark: Rondó en Re mayor, by J. Clarke;

2. during the religious service, it was played a special musical piece, Ave Maria, which was especially composed by Jose Miguel Fernandez Sastrón, husband of Beltrán’s sister Simoneta;

3. the ceremony ended with the Canon, of Pachelbel, and Barcarolla, of Offenbach.
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Old 01-16-2006, 08:10 PM
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I agree I thought it was a bit weird. It wasnt really well suited to a wedding I thought.

I agree that the usual organ wedding march can be stiff. I think it would have been nicer if she'd had "Sicut Cervus" by Palestrina while she walked up the aisle (it was sung later in the service) the way Frederick's parents did.

Its beautiful and very reflective and doesnt make your flesh creep like "zadok" does.
Pity Mary couldn't have used 'The Prince of Denmark's March' by Jeremiah Clarke.
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Old 01-24-2006, 05:47 AM
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A) While the guests were seated in the church
Mouret: Fanfare ("Masterpiece Theater" Theme)
B) When the Bride makes her way down the aisle
George Frideric Handel: Water Music
C) Through out the ceremony
Johann Pachelbel: Canon in D
D) When Bride and Groom leave the church (the walk back up the aisle)
Vivaldi: Gloria, Domine Deus

A) While the guests were seated in the church
God Only Knows
B) When the Bride makes her way down the aisle
All You Need Is Love
C) Through out the ceremony
Love Is All Around
D) When Bride and Groom leave the church (the walk back up the aisle)
Beatiful Day
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Old 01-28-2006, 08:04 PM
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Does anyone know the name of the piece that was played when Laurent and Claire left the church?
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Old 01-28-2006, 08:07 PM
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BTW, isn't Zadok the priest used for the Champions League? Odd chose for your wedding, unless you're a big football fan.
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Old 01-28-2006, 08:23 PM
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No it isnt, but it resembles the piece a bit. Anyway, I would like to think that the piece was used for coronations and weddings before soccer even excisted.
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Old 02-28-2006, 03:07 PM
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Do anyone know the music played during the mass service to Märtha Louise and Ari?

I just know two: (with videos)
Edward Grieg: "The Las Spring"
Sissel Kyrkjebø: "Lær Meg Å Kjenne Dine Veier"


When the last royal guest arrived it was played a song, but i have not the name:
http://www.nrk.no/dynasx?p_lenke_id=...4&mswmext=.asx (Opps... the music is not in the church, but inside the church:o )
I just listened to Laer Meg A Kjenne Dine Veier and it's such a beautiful song. I would love to have it sung at my wedding.
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what about the King and the Queen of Sweden? does anyone know anything about their music?:)
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Old 03-02-2006, 02:30 AM
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Here is a video of when Märtha and Ari leave the church to Toccata of Charles-Marie Widor: Utgang - bryllupsmarsj
Thanks for the links. :) I am pretty sure that is the same song that was played when Mary and Frederick left the church at their wedding.

I love the song Simple Prayer that was played after M&F said their vows. That is one where the harp and trumpet were played. So beautiful. Does anyone have a link to the video of that being played?
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Old 05-04-2006, 10:47 AM
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Music at Royal Weddings

Can someone please help me out? I wanted to know some of the classical songs that were played at royal weddings, specifically what song was playing when the bride or bridesmaids walked into the church. I think I read CP Mary used Handel's Coronation Anthem. That song gives me the chills. Any other songs? Thanks!
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Old 05-04-2006, 09:51 PM
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I only know for sure about Charles and Diana, but I hope that helps. They should be in order
- "Fanfare Royale" by Major W. Jackson
- "The Trumpet Voluntary (The Prince of Denmark's March- my personal favorite) by Jeremiah Clarke
Hymns:
- "Christ is made the sure foundation: by Henry Purcell
- "I vow to thee my country" by Gustav Holt/ lyrics by Sir Cecil Spring-Rice
- "I was glad" by Sir Hubert Parry
- "Let the people praise thee" by William Mathias
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- "March from the Overture to the Occasional Oratorio" by Handel
- "Let the Bright Seraphim"
- "Let their celestial concerts all unite"
Recessional
-"Fanfare, Rejoicing" by Major A Richards
- "Pomp and Circumstance" by Edward Elgar

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Thanks HRH Elizabeth :)
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The music played for CP Mary's entrance does not necessarly mean that she was the one who selected it. Didnt the Queen have a great deal to do with the organisation of the wedding?:)

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I love the song "The Prayer" sung by Celine Dion and Pavorotti. (or is it Boccelli?) That song would make me sob as Maxima did.
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Claire and Laurent entered on Tocatta e Fuga of Bach, a bit sinister it seems, but on the moment I though it ery nice.
Bach was a master of the fuge, or "fuga" depending on your language. Selecting that piece shows a fine taste in music. That's very heady stuff.:)
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Have anyone videos of MM or Mathile walking down the aisle and leaving the church?

Märtha Louise walk down the aisle to "Eg er glad"(I are happy) of Svein Møller, a video: Inngang - bryllupsmarsj

Here is a video of when Märtha and Ari leave the church to Toccata of Charles-Marie Widor: Utgang - bryllupsmarsj
Wow! Thanks so much for these. It must have been a beautiful wedding, wish I had been inside the church.
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Queen Beatrix and Claus entered on A toi la Gloire of Handel (Thou art the Glory) and they left under Purcells music ´Arrival of the Prince of Denmark´.
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I just listened to Laer Meg A Kjenne Dine Veier and it's such a beautiful song. I would love to have it sung at my wedding.
could someone tell the the engish words for this song or where I could find it. Thanks
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The song Lær meg å kjenne dine veier is written by Jakob Paulli, at least that's what google told me. The title translates directly to: Teach me to learn/know your roads.

When Crown Prince Haakon married Mette-Marit, I know that Mari Boine sang Mitt hjerte alltid vanker, in Sami for the couple. It is a psam written by Hans Adolph Brorson, and means My Heart always is with/goes with you. The choir sang, among other songs, For kjærligheten er sterk som dødsriket, which begins like this, I think, in English, Set me as a seal upon thy heart for love is strong as death.
And I'm not sure, but I believe their wedding march was specially composed for the wedding by a Norwegian composer.
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Music played at the wedding of Prince Alexander zu Schaumburg-Lippe and Nadja Anna Zsoeks (June 30th, 2007):
MySpace.com - Music from our wedding - DE - Classical - www.myspace.com/musicfromourwedding


Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy

Symphonie No. 5 d-minor op. 107

IV. Choral "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott":
Andante con moto - Allegro vivace – Allegro maestoso
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Antonio Vivaldi

Concerto for Cello and Orchestra e-minor, RV 409

III. Lento Espressivo (alla Siciliana)
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Richard Wagner

Wesendonck-Lieder

V. Träume
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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Vesperae solennes de confessore, KV 339


Laudate Dominum Omnes Gentes
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Chorale: Grosser Gott, wir loben dich

Orchestral Arrangement by Hermann Breuer

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Johann Sebastian Bach

Orchestral Suite No. 3 D-Major BWV 1068

Ouverture
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