Wedding Grand March Songs

Wedding Party | April 26 2010 | by Jenny | 0 Comments

Wedding grand march songs tends to become a complicated problem for brides-to-be despite the fact we are talking about a single melody or about a part from a song. Traditionally, grand march is the moment when you’re walking up the aisle toward your romantic husband getting ready for the grand entrance. This is the moment when the Dj must change the musical style and announce the beginning of the ceremony broadcasting the song you’ve chose for the grand march.
Even that we are talking about a single song, you must pick a wonderful song because it will enhance the event. As you know, music sets a mood and here comes your part, the moment when you must express your desire or a simple preference. Some couples use a very funny song for the grand march expressing in this way their naughty personality. But, here, in my article, I’ll offer you some suggestions for wedding grand march songs giving my best in including all musical styles.

Popular wedding music ideas are:
-“Spring” from the Four Seasons by Vivaldi
-“Wedding March” from Mid Summer’ Night dream by Mendelson
-“Grand March” from Aida by Verdi
– “Trumpet Voluntary” by Clarke
-“Trumpet Tune” by Purcell

But, if you think at editing one of your favorite songs with a special program computer software (usually, a professional Dj can solve it in just few minutes) here are some wonderful wedding grand march songs, perfect for emphasizing this special and emotional moment:
–  “1999” performed by Prince
–  “Accidentally in Love” performed by the Counting Crows
–  “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head” performed by Dean Martin
–  “Also Sprach Zarathustra” by Richard Strauss Theme
–  “Always and Forever” performed by Heatwave
–  “Another One Bites The Dust” performed by Queen
–  “Ants Marching” performed by Dave Matthews Band
–  “At Last” performed by Etta James
–  “Beautiful Day” performed by U2
–  “Bittersweet Symphony” performed by Verve
–  “Celebration” performed by Kool & The Gang
–  “Chapel of Love” performed by Dixie Cups
– “Children” performed by Robert Miles
–  “Crazy In Love” performed by Beyoncé featuring Jay-Z
– “Crazy Train” performed by Ozzy Osburne
–  “Danger Zone” performed by Kenny Loggins
–  “Eminence Front” performed by The Who
–  “Enter Sandman” performed by Metallica
–  “Everybody Have Fun Tonight” performed by Wang Chung
–  “Eye of the Tiger” by Survivor
–  “Fifth of Beethoven” by Walter Murphy
–  “Finally” performed by Ce Ce Peniston
–  “Get Ready For This” by 2 Unlimited
–  “Get the Party Started” by P!nk
–  “The Godfather Waltz” performed by the City of Prague Philharmonic
–  “Gonna Fly Now” (Theme from Rocky) performed by Bill Conti
–  “Groove Is In the Heart” performed by Deee-Lite
–  “Grow Old With You” performed by Stephen Lynch
–  “Happy Together” performed by The Turtles
–  “Here Comes The Hot Stepper” performed by Ini Kamozie
–  “Highway to Hell” performed by AC/DC
–  “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” performed by Marvin Gaye
–  “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” performed by James Taylor11

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