Wedding Music

Add even more brilliance to the music of your wedding ceremony with a brass quintet. The Monument City Brass Quintet will elevate your ceremony with beautiful prelude, processional, recessional, and postlude music –  we can even add to the elegant affair by playing for cocktail hour and dinner! Listen to the Monument City Brass Quintet play a few wedding favorites.

Pachelbel Canon”     “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring”   “Trumpet Voluntary”    “Trumpet Tune”    “Hornpipe

Prelude to a Te Deum

The elegant, classy sound of string quartets adds so much to the wedding ceremony, and the trumpet is a superb addition to a string quartet. The sound is breathtaking, like a small orchestra playing for your big day.  Imagine it’s your wedding day. The strings are playing your classical favorites for the prelude. The mothers and bridesmaids process to the sweet, soothing sound of string. Finally, it’s time for the bride to enter the sanctuary. A brilliant trumpet fanfare soars through the silence in the church. Your guests feel a chill as they stand up, anxious to see the bride. The doors open and the bride steps forward to the music of “Trumpet Voluntary” performed by trumpet and strings. The trumpet will add such energy to this important moment. Listen to more beautiful string quartet pieces featuring trumpet.

Trumpet Voluntary”    “The Rejoicing”   “Canon in D”    “Hornpipe”    “The Wedding March” (Mendelssohn)

Simple Gifts”   “Trumpet Tune”   “Rigaudon”      “Prelude to a Te Deum


And of course, you can’t forget the classic sound of organ and trumpet. The rich sound of the organ with the magnificent sound of the trumpet will make for an unforgettable ceremony.  Listen to some wedding favorites performed by Michele Howard on the trumpet.

Pachelbel Canon”   “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring”   “Trumpet Voluntary”   “Trumpet Tune”   “Hornpipe

Prelude to a Te Deum