Traditional Wedding Recessional Song Ideas

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Song Ideas For Your Wedding Ceremony Recessional

If you are planning a traditional wedding ceremonyOnce your married, and it’s official, you’ll surely want to have a big grand exit with something that will inspire your guests to stand up, clap, and cheer, here are some great song ideas for you wedding ceremony recessional.

Here is an excellent list of recessional song ideas for your wedding ceremony compliments of “”

Allegro Maestoso- Handel

Brandenburg Concerto #4- Bach

Coronation March- St. William Walton

Fugre in E Flat Major- Bach

Hallelujah Chorus- Handel

Hornpipe- Handel

Ode To Joy- Beethoven

Spring- Vivaldi

Arrival of the Queen of Sheeba- Handel

Toccata- Widor

Trumpet Tune and Bell Symphony- Purcell

Tuba Tune in D

Wedding March- Mendelssohn

Badinerie- Bach

Concerto Gross in D Minor- Geminiani

Rondeau- Purcell

Rondeau- Mouret

Sonata in G Major- Tartini

Triumphal March- Grieg

Variations on the Canon- Pachabel

Anthem- Suzanne Ciari

Beautiful Day- U2

From This Moment on- Cole Porter

Linus and Lucy- Peanuts theme

Little Martha- Allman Brothers

Oh! You pretty things- David Bowie

Signed Sealed Delivered- Stevie Wonder

Sunshine of My Life- Stevie Wonder

The Long and Winding Road- Beatles

Joy – George Winston

Psalm 19- Marcell

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