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Discussion in 'Trumpet Discussion' started by iainmcl, May 11, 2008.
I'd do "My One And Only Love"
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A medley of "Night and day", "What a wonderful world" and "Lullaby"? ("Wiegenlied", Brahms)
Just be careful with the "Lullaby". You must know the couple very well. (They could suspect you for giving them a hint)
I just heard something on the radio today that might work for you,
"What I did for Love" from the musical "A Chorus Line" It has a nice melody.
air on a g string
i love church acoustics
A couple more wedding standards:
"One Hand, One Heart" (Bernstein)
"Ave Maria" (Schubert)2
"Wind Beneath My Wings" (Midler)
I also like the "aria" from Bachianas Brasileiras #5 (Villa-lobos).
Have you considered having the organist/pianist (or even a guitarist) accompany you? It makes a big difference.
you can check any tune from woody allen's movies.
How about like "The Lord's Prayer". I'm almost certain you could drag that out for about 3-4 minutes if you take it slow enough.
The wedding was yesterday, and I ended up playing "What A Wonderful World". It worked just fine. I had a couple of back-ups as well ("Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and "All I Want Is You" by U2. Didn't need 2 and 3 though.
Thanks for the tips.
Did the bride cry?
I find that g string songs aren't received well by the brides.....