Music Suggestions:

The most commonly requested pieces are listed below. Audio samples where available are provided to assist with your selections. We would be happy to customize a program for you. Other music available upon request.

Outdoor weddings: Strongly encourage use of a sound system.

How much time do we need?

o prelude music as guests arrive. 15-30 min.
o ceremony 30-40 min.
o exit of bridal party, postlude, photos/ drinks after ceremony 1/2 -1 hour.
o music during first part of or all of reception/dinner 1-3 hours.

Does a trio and a quartet sound the same?
Listen to both. They are very different! Ignore everything anyone has told you, listen to both, then choose the one you like best. For more information. click here

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Prelude: If you can not hear the files, click here.
The prelude music helps set the mood before the wedding.

Processionals:

Seating of parents, bridesmaids & flower girls, ring bearer bridal entrance:

The Quartet can play the opening to the standard Bridal March as an introduction to any of the following works as a cue for your audience to stand.

Popular Recessionals:
Exit music for bride and groom should joyful, triumphant, and up-beat.

During Ceremony:
Communion, sand ceremony or Uuity candle
Most music appropriate for pre-wedding works well here. Also:

Reception Line:

Selections during the reception line should be more “up-beat”.

Classical examples:

The Reception:
We recommend a mix of styles. Below are a few samples of mixed titles.

Dinner:
A string allows for comfortable background conversation and is the perfect complement to any dinner.
Popular wedding sites frequented by our quartet include:

o Sedona o Mesa o Tempe o Paradise Valley o Tucson o Prescott
o Troon o Glendale o Anthem o Fountain Hills o Gilbert o Chandler

New arrangements being added at this time.

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