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It was so nice dealing with Natalie and Martin regarding their ceremony music, as they asked for only one song in particular: Pachelbel’s Canon as the bride walked down the aisle. For the rest of the music, including the as guests were arriving, during the ceremony and during the exit, this was all left up to us. It is nice when clients trust us to choose music. This is not done often, but it is one of the best ways of having a surprise at your wedding and is recommended. I should also mention that each time we perform at Liuna Station, we are amazed that a building like this exists and is used for weddings and events. It is truly stunning, and resembles an ornate (but smaller) Union Station in Toronto.

Ceremony musicians: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets

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Rebeca and Edwards’s wedding at Westdale United Church, Sunday September 30, 2012, violin and cello duo, Hamilton ON

“Wow! What can I say! You and your partner were amazing at our ceremony! Even though my bridesmaids got over zealous and walked in early to the wrong song, you guys made it work! I walked in to the exact right part of Canon in D that I asked for! Thank you so much for being flexible and so on the ball.
You both looked amazing and sounded even better. We have received lots of positive comments about your performance. We can't thank you enough!”
Rebeca and Ed

This was our first time performing at the Westdale United Church in a beautiful area of Hamilton. Rebeca and Ed’s wedding was straightforward with music at all the normal spots: processional, signing and recessional, and of course as the guests were arriving and exiting at the end of the ceremony. However, there was one twist that they arranged for—having us perform a different and extra song (Butterfly Waltz) as the grandparents were being seated and the groom and groomsmen walked I at the start of the ceremony. We were happy to oblige, as it is always fun and exciting when we can accommodate special requests, as our hard work helps to make the ceremony unique and special for the bride and groom, and memorable for the guests.

Groomsmen: Butterfly Waltz

Bride: Pachelbel Canon

Signing: Bach Jesu Joy of Man’s desiring

Recessional: Clarke: Trumpet Voluntary


Photo Source: www.weddinggirl.ca

Wedding ceremony musicians Hamilton: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duo’s string trios and string quartets

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