Clicking on the title of each piece will link you to Elizabeth’s performance of that piece on Youtube. 

 *Indicates a melody that is frequently used as a wedding processional
**Indicates a melody frequently used as a wedding recessional


Folk Tunes       (arranged alphabetically by title)

*Give Me Your Hand (Ruaidri Dáll Ó Catháin, Irish)
*Eleanor Plunkett (T. O’Carolan, Irish)
**Haste to the Wedding (traditional jig, Irish)
*If Ever You Were Mine (traditional, Irish)
*Josefin’s Waltz (Roger Tallroth, Swedish)
*Lord Haddo’s Favorite (traditional Scottish)
O’Carolans Farewell to Music (T. O’Carolan, Irish)
*Planxty Hewlett (T. O’Carolan, Irish)
Rory Dall’s Sister’s Lament (traditional, Scottish)
*Shebeg Shemore (T. O’Carolan, Irish) 
**The Wedding Reel (fast) (traditional, Irish)
*The Wedding Reel (slow) (traditional, Irish)


 Classical Pieces      (arranged alphabetically by composer)

*Bach, Johann Sebastian: Theme from Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
Debussy, Claude: The Maid with the Flaxen Hair
**Handel, George Frederic: Hornpipe from “Water Music”
**Mendelssohn, Felix: Wedding March from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”
**Mouret, Jean-Joseph: Rondeau
**O’Carolan, Turlough: O’Carolan’s Concerto
*Pachelbel, Johann: Canon in D
*Stanley, John: Trumpet Voluntary
**Vivaldi, Antonio: Spring, pt. 1
**Vivaldi, Antonio: Spring, pt. 2
*Wagner, Richard: Bridal Chorus from “Lohengrin” (“Here Comes the Bride”)