Sunday, November 18, 2012


So, there's a wedding coming up at church. It's not usual for us to have to plan and execute a ceremony - typically weddings are at the temple and it's all taken care of - but this is a special circumstance and so in a few weeks we're hosting a wedding at the church.
What I need from you, dear readers, is a suggestion for music for Tarzan to learn to play in time for the wedding. He's good, but doesn't have a lot of time to spend on learning hard stuff.
We need a nice piece or series of easily blendable pieces that are pretty, not hymns, fairly simple piano works that are also appropriate for a wedding.

This is me and it's a lot to ask but you're good peeps.


Elizabeth said...

Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring, Pachabel Canon in D, and you know, the back of the primary songbook has some great pretty songs that would work for background music. If he has time, find a music store, they should have some sort of book of 'easy' wedding music for piano and a piano right there for him to try the music out...

Elizabeth said...

Something like this would be perfect!

Cathie said...

Yes, canon in December is popular...super popular. It's about as cliché as the wedding march, at this point. I don't know how easy it is, but the Pride and Prejudice soundtrack has some lovely pieces.

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