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Questions about  Music and Liturgy at SPP?

For more information, please contact Brian Walters, Director of Music.

Music

Our Music Ministry seeks to provide music that reflects the beauty of every couple on their Wedding Day at Ss Peter and Paul. Our Director of Music collaborates with each couple during the preparation process, guiding them to select music that is meaningful, heartfelt, and unique. 

Ss Peter and Paul provides piano, organ, and a vocalist for each wedding, though couples may request to feature other instruments such as trumpet, violin, cello, flute, and/or additional vocalists from our parish musician staff. Music from the Classical period is best suited for your special and sacred day.

 

The melodies offer rich musical expression, which will memorably accompany this milestone in your relationship. Some favorite titles include:

Air, from Suite No. 3 in D – Johann Sebastian Bach

Bridal Chorus – Richard Wagner

Canon in D – Johann Pachelbel

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Johann Sebastian Bach

Hornpipe, from Water Music – George Frideric Handel

Prelude in C- Johann Sebastian Bach

Ode to Joy – Ludwig Van Beethoven

Rondeau – Jean Joseph Mouret

Te Deum – Marc Antoine Charpentier

Trumpet Voluntary – Henry Purcell / Jeremiah Clarke

Wedding March – Felix Mendelssohn

Couples are welcome to request songs not featured on this list, but will only be included with review and permission from the Music Director and Pastor. Meetings to plan Wedding Music generally take place about 1-2 months before your confirmed wedding date, following the completion of your necessary paperwork with our Parish Office. 

Our Music Ministry team looks forward to celebrating your love through music!

Listen to all your Wedding Music options as you plan your Ceremony at Ss Peter and Paul. Recorded by Brian Walters on piano and organ, and our team of SPP Cantors.

Liturgy

You will also receive copies of typical Readings from Sacred Scripture for your selection of which you prefer to be read at the Wedding Liturgy.

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