Wedding music

Discussion in 'The Rehearsal Room' started by Agna, Aug 6, 2007.

  1. Agna

    Agna New Member

    Hi can anyone help, Ive just been asked to play a tenor horn solo at a wedding in September while the bride and groom are signing the register. Does anyone have any ideas what i could play. (easyish) please and also one that the organ can play along with. :clap:
  2. Kerwintootle

    Kerwintootle Member

    How about:

    Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
    Ave Maria (Schubert)
    Ave Maria
    Sheep May Safely Graze
    Apres un Reve
  3. Di

    Di Active Member

    Evergreen. :)
  4. kerrydoll78

    kerrydoll78 New Member

    I just recently got married and had a brass sextet playing, they played "the rose" for us signing the register it can be easily played on tenor horn and it has piano accomp
  5. smaca

    smaca Active Member

    Who,s Sorry Now (by Patsy Cline)
  6. Agna

    Agna New Member

    Ha Ha is that coz Im playing or because they've just gotten married.
  7. smaca

    smaca Active Member

    I,m sure your playing will be great(or they wouldn,t have asked you). It was the marriage I was referring to.Just a wee joke, I really do wish them well.


    As long as they don,t buy a water bed, as they might drift apart!(sorry,I will go now)
  8. allanw

    allanw New Member

    Alan Fernie's arrangement of My Love is Like a Red Red Rose is always a good one. Not sure about piano part but would think there might be one.
  9. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    How about ...

    I Dreamed A Dream from 'Les Miserables' (Schonberg arr. Darrol Barry (?)),
    Delmeza (H. Nash),
    Solveig's Song (E. Grieg arr. P.W. Chapman)
    Traumerie (Schumann arr. Howard Snell)
    The Flower Song from 'Carmen' (G. Bizet arr. Bram Gay or Howard Snell) :confused:

    I don't know if any have been arranged with piano accompaniment though!
    Last edited: Aug 7, 2007
  10. Baritonedeaf

    Baritonedeaf Member

    The Power of Love?
  11. Baritonedeaf

    Baritonedeaf Member

    Sorry - i did not read the thread properly - I think that is a full band arrangement, I had it at my wedding...
  12. Alan Fernie

    Alan Fernie Member

    Sadly, there isn't one, and indeed the solo is now out of print, as the company who did it don't seem to exist anymore. But it'd be hard to imagine it being played better than allan did though!
  13. brassneck

    brassneck Active Member

    I've always thought Whitney Houston's song Saving All My Love For You would make a great solo for tenor horn. Would suit organ as well as band as an accompaniment. Don't think it's been done though!

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