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Wedding Music Selection

There are many beautiful music choices for your wedding to celebrate your love for God and the love between a husband and wife who are embarking on a spiritual journey.  We have selected the music below to assist you in your plans.  All music must be sacred music which is reverent and approriate for the House of God.  No secular music will be allowed. Secular music is best used at the wedding reception.  

Saint Clare of Assisi Church is equipped with an electric organ, a grand piano, and a state of the art sound system. Couples may make requests regarding the use of organ/piano and their preference. Some musical selections are only able to be played on the organ. If you have questions, please ask the Director of Sacred Music.

We have picked these songs for you:

Prelude - typically 15 minutes before your wedding


Canon in D (Johann Pachelbel)
Prelude on the Te Deum (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)
Trumpet Voluntary (Jeremiah Clarke)
Prelude in C Major (J.S. Bach)
Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring (J.S. Bach)
Aria from Concerto Grosso No. 12 (G.F. Handel)
Bridal March (Richard Wagner)

Responsorial Psalms

Psalm 23: The Lord is my shepherd (English or Spanish)
Psalm 27: The Lord is my light and my salvation (English)
Psalm 33: The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord (English or Spanish)
Psalm 34: Taste and See (Brian Michael Page), (English)
                Taste and See (Adam Bartlett) (English)
Psalm 103: The Lord is kind and merciful (English)
Psalm 122: Let us go rejoicing to the house of the Lord (English)
Psalm 128: Blessed are those who fear the Lord and walk  in his ways (Arlene Oost-Zinner) (English)

Acclamaton/Alleluia before the Gospel

A suitable setting will be chosen for your wedding to fit the scripture you have chosen



Berceuse (Louis Vierne) (instrumental)
I Have Loved You (Michael Joncas)
Ave Maria (Schubert or chant)
Ubi Caritas (Bob Hurd, or chant Taize)
Be Thou my vision (SLANE)
When love is found (Brian Wren/Martin West; O WALY WALY)
Love has brought us here together (Mary Louise Bringle/Rowland H. Prichard) (HYFRYDOL)

Mass Settings:

Latin Chant Mass
English Chant Mass
Mass of Renewal

Communion (Sung or Instrumental)

Ave Verum Corpus (W.A. Mozart, or chant)
Adoro te Devote (Chant)
Panis Angelicus (Cesar Franck)
Pange Lingua (Chant)
Gift of Finest Wheat (Omer Westendorf/Robert E. Kreutz)
Taste and See (James E. Moore)

Flowers to the Blessed Virgin Mary

Ave Maria (Franz Schubert, J.S. Bach, or chant)
Sanctissima/O Most Holy One (Latin or English)
Salve Regina / Hail, Queen of Heaven (Latin or English)
Immaculate Mary (Lourdes Hymn)


Toccata All'Offertorio (Domenico Zipoli)
Trumpet Tune (Henry Purcell)
Sortie (Samuel Rousseau)
Rigaudon (Andre Campra)
Prelude in Classic Style (Gordon Young)
March (Henry Purcell)

These suggestions are not meant to limit you, but rather give you a starting point. If you have other pieces of music you would like, please notify our Director of Sacred Music to discuss it. If a piece requires printed music be purchased (i.e. If it is modern and not yet in the public domain or no suitable public domain version exists), the couple must purchase the music or reimburse the organist for any music purchased (sheet music typically costs between $2 and $10 per piece).



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