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Wedding music Niagara-John and Marianne’s wedding, June 16, 2018 Charles Daly Park, Jordan ON

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“Hire them, you won't regret it! Duo d'Amore showed up early, played the right songs at the right time, and were flexible enough to play music not found in their repertoire (I sent them the sheet music which they transposed). You should hire Duo d'Amore for your next event - you won't regret it!” John R, groom

 

Edward Elgar Salut d'amour
Edward Elgar: Nimrod  from the Enigma Variations
Resident Evil: Code Veronica - Berceuse Wedding 

 

This was a great wedding ceremony held at Charles Daly Park in Jordan and made even more special by the unique music selections that John and Marianne chose. We were of course very happy to accommodate, and the interplay between the classical selections of the English composer Sir Edward Elgar and the Resident Evil music, both worked well, and were surprising for the guests to say the least!