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Bridal Chorus
  from “Lohrengrin” by Richard Wagner, 18th Century, (The familiar Bridal Processional known as “Here Comes the Bride”).


Canon in D
  by Johann Pachelbel, 17th century


  from The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi, 18th century.


Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring
  Johann Sebastian Bach, 18th century.


  by George Frederick Handel, 18th century.

The Prince of Denmark's March" (a.k.a.

Trumpet Voluntary
   ) by Jeremiah Clarke, 17th Century.

I Will Not Say It With My Lips (a.k.a.

Wedding Hymn
  ) from the Opera Ptolemy by George Frederick Handel, 18th century.

Sheep May Safely Graze
  by Johann Sebastian Bach, 18th century.

Air from “

Air from the Water Music
" by George Frederick Handel, 18th century.

Adagio from the Sonata
, Opus 5, No. 10 by Arcangelo Corelli, late 17th early 18th century.

March from Occasional Oratorio
  by George Frederick Handel, 18th century.

Minuet en Rondeau
  by Jean-Philippe Rameau, 18th Century.

Caro Mio Ben
  by Guiseppe Giordano, 18th century.

   (Theme) by Jan Sibelius, 20th century.

Trumpet Tune
, by Henry Purcell or Jeremiah Clarke, 17th Century.

  by Jean Joseph Mouret, early 18th Century.

White Flowers
  by Cesari Negri,  16th Century.

  from the Rowallen Lute Book, 17th Century.

All in the Garden Green
  by John Playford,  17th Century.

Paduana alla Venetiana
  by Joan Ambrosio Dalza, 16th Century.

My Lord Willoughbie's Welcome Home
   by John Dowland, 16th Century

The Batchelar's Delight
  by Richard Allison, 16th Century

There Were Three Ravens
   by Thomas Ravencroft, 16th Century

  by Henry Purcell, 17th Century.

Dance of the Blessed Spirits
  from Orpheus by C.W. von Gluck, 18th Century.

  by Johann Kuhnau,  early 18th Century.

   by Gabriel Faure, 19th Century.

  by Kim Robertson,  20th Century.

  by Kim Robertson, 20th Century.

The Prayer
   sung by Bocelli; composed by C. Sager and D. Foster