Music that works

Here is a list of pieces that work well on the organs in St Mary’s and All Saints. They have all been recorded on the organ in All Saints, Lullington and are ‘clips’ only to give you some ideas. They were recorded (in a bit of a hurry) before the organ was covered for the works to the west window started, so in addition to the normal blower and action noise you also have a few of the Director if Music’s ‘smudges’. We hope that they help you.

Entry Music:

Bridal Chorus (from Lohengrin) – R Wagner

Prince of Denmark’s March – Jeremiah Clarke

Prelude to the ‘Te Deum’ – M A Charpentier

Recessional Music

Wedding March from ‘A Midsummer Nights Dream’ – F Mendelssohn

Hornpipe from the ‘Water Music’ – G F Handel

Arrival of the Queen of Sheeba – G F Handel

Beatles ‘All you need is love’

Other:

Canon in D – J Pachelbel (this seems to work anywhere in the service)

Ave Maria – Schubert

Ave Maria – Bach-Gounod

Ave Maria – Caccini

Air -Water Music – Handel

Hymns

Most commonly sung hymns (please discuss your choices with the priest taking the service):

Give me joy in my heart
Jerusalem
I danced in the morning (Lord of the dance)
Guide me O thou great redeemer
Love divine
When a knight one his spurs
One more step along the world I go
Make me a channel of your peace
All things bright & beautiful

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