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Anna and Michael’s wedding ceremony at Ball’s Fall’s Conservation Area, violin and cello duo, August 31, Jordan ON

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The week of August 31st and the beginning of September is always a busy time for Duo d’Amore, and it always brings with it interesting musical choice from clients. This week it seems that many of the processional songs that have been chosen are quite different and exciting. In this case it is a classical piece from the Opera, The Magic Flute by Mozart. With enlightenment themes of brotherhood, and the importance of a union between people, this is a natural and beautiful processional piece. It also sounds somewhat like O Canada!

Prelude: Bach Air on the G string and Charpentier Prelude from Te Deum
Bridesmaids and Groomsmen: Purcell Trumpet Tune Bride
Processional: Mozart: March of the Priests from the Magic Flute
Signing: Handel La Rejouissance from the Royal
Fireworks Recessional: Journey: Don't Stop Believing

Ceremony musicians: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets
Wedding Venue: Historic Church and Barn at Ball’s Fall’s Conservation Area