Music Form

Music Form

An organist is included in your reservation fee and will be present for the rehearsal and ceremony. They will play a prelude of their choice, 1-2 processional marches, a recessional march, and a brief postlude of their choice. Listen to audio samples of the processional and recessional marches and submit your choices using this form at least two months prior to your wedding.

If you are not using the organ for your ceremony, or if you would like to request a song other than those listed, you can select that in the dropdown menu. Below you can also request any additional songs you'd like the organist to play. For example, organ accompaniment for a singer, a song for a unity ceremony, or Catholic mass music (please be specific). Please note that music requests may be subject to additional fees. The Chapel office will reach out with that information for your final decision.


Select one march for the attendants and one for the principal. Or, you may elect to have one march for both the attendants and the principal.

Click below the title to listen to the sample. Use the form above to select your choices.

Jeremiah Clarke

Trumpet Voluntary in D Maj

John Stanley

Trumpet Voluntary in D Maj

Marc-Antoine Charpentier

Prelude (from Te Deum)

Andre Campra

Rigaudon (from Idomenée)

Ludwig van Beethoven

“Ode to Joy”

Johann Pachelbel

Pachelbel Canon

Jean-Joseph Mouret

Rondeau (Sinfonie de Fanfares)

Richard Wagner

Wedding Chorus (from Lohengrin)

George Frideric Handel

Overture to the Fireworks Music

George Frideric Handel

“The Rejoicing” Fireworks Music


You need only one march.

Henry Purcell

Trumpet Tune in C Major

Felix Mendelssohn

Wedding (Midsummer Night’s Dream)

Ludwig van Beethoven

“Ode to Joy”

George Frideric Handel

Hornpipe (from Water Music)

Benedetto Marcello

Psalm 19 Heavens Declare the Glory

Charles-Marie Widor

Toccata (from the Fifth Organ Symph)

John-Joseph Mouret

Rondeau (Sinfonie de Fanfares)

Sigfrid Karg-Elert

Now Thank We All Our God
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