Royal weddings and therewith the royal wedding music used in the ceremonies fascinate millions of people as they watch the beautiful bride walk down the aisle to wed her prince.
Would you like to infuse your wedding ceremony with some royal flair? Then take inspiration from the beautiful royal wedding music used in 2011's two royal weddings:
Who could not just love this wedding between Prince William and his long time sweetheart Kate Middleton. A wedding that was filled with lots of tradition, but that was also filled with love and joy.
The music used for their wedding ceremony was also a mix of traditional and more contemporary choices.
Have a look below for the official Royal wedding music of Kate and Prince William:
Serenade for String Orchestra in E minor by Edward Elgar
Henry V: Touch Her Soft Lips and Part from Henry V Suite by William Walton
Procession of The Queen - March from The Birds by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
Guide Me O Thou Great Redeemerk by John Hughes
Love Divine All Love Excelling words by William Penfro Rowlands
Jerusalem by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
The Anthem - This is the day which the Lord hath made
The Motet - Ubi Caritas by Paul Mealor
The Signing of the Registers:
Blest Pair of Sirens - by Sir Charles Hubert Hastings Parry
Crown Imperial by William Walton
Toccata by Charles-Marie Widor
Pomp and Circumstance March No. 5 by Edward Elgar
Have a look just how radiant Kate looked as she walked down the aisle to marry her prince:
Just two months after the world watched Prince William marry his Kate we are treated with yet another Royal wedding - that of Prince Albert of Monaco to South Africa's Charlene Wittstock.
This wedding was very different from the British Royal wedding from the dress to the wedding music choices, but also filled with lovely music and much celebration.
Music throughout the religious ceremony was performed by the Monte-Carlo Philharmonic Orchestra, Monte-Carlo Opera Choir, Monaco Cathedral Choir and The Petits Chanteurs de Monaco. Music by classical composers and a classical composition by former Beatle Paul McCartney was also featured in the music lineup.
Two Sinfonias from Cantata No. 35 – Johann Sebastian Bach
“Celebration” from “Standing Stone” – Paul McCartney
Gloria: Gloria from “Coronation” Mass KV. 317 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Responsorial Psalm 102: “Bénis le Seigneur, l’Eternel” – Chanoine Henri Carol
Alleluia: Alleluia from "The Jubilee” – Jean-Paul Lecot
Thanksgiving Song after the wedding vow: “Click Song” (South African song), Soloist: Pumeza Matshikiza
Offertory: “Laudate Dominum” KV 339 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Soloist: Renée Fleming
Sanctus: Sanctus from “Coronation” Mass KV.317 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Agnus Dei: Agnus Dei from “Coronation” Mass KV.317 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
During Communion: Poco Adagio from Symphony No. 3 – Camille Saint-Saens
After Communion: “A l’image de ton amour” - Jean-Paul Lecot
Prayer to the Virgin Mary: “Ave Maria” – Franz Schubert, Soloist: Andrea Bocelli
Rejoice Greatly from "The Messiah" – George Frideric Handel, Soloist: Juan Diego Florez
Have a look at how beautiful Charlene was when she walked down the aisle at the religious wedding ceremony:
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