We’re about to release some new tunes. Update July 2012 – all of these songs are now available.
- I Wanna Hold Your Hand – rockin’ violin solo with band
- Happy Together – Orchestral celebration version of this classic Turtles tune
- An upbeat version of the traditional Mendelssohn wedding recessional that is quite danceable and way too much fun! I wish I was getting married all over again so I could rejoice out the church to this one. Shades of “Hooked On Classics” on this one.
- All You Need Is Love – instrumental version of this classic Beatles tune with rock orchestra and rhythm section
- A hip-hoppin’ arrangement of Vivaldi’s Spring from the Four Seasons. Not for everyone…
- Piano Solo of Iris, the Goo-goo Dolls perennial favorite
- Only Hope (Mandy Moore, Switchfoot) from the movie A Walk To Remember
- When I’m 64 (Will You Still Love Me)
A couple more that I can’t bring to mind at the moment.
Many of these are of the seriously fun variety. Others are classic love songs. Everything I’ve been working on lately is for our premier album which we think will be our next big push. We think it will have about 15 of our favorite songs, including new versions of:
All these new tunes will shortly be gracing our Wedding Music Samples album which has finally hit the streets. Go to our wedding music samples page to hear about 75 short samples of wedding music to help you with wedding music planning (and wedding music education perhaps as well).
Last, you can check out our arrangement of “I Was Glad When They Said Unto Me“, which of course was the bridal processional for Kate Middleton at her marriage to Prince Charles at Westminster Cathedral April 29th, 2011. This has received more listens than any other tune on our site, except for Storybook Love. We also offer a shortened version that clocks in at about one minute.
The most popular tune on our website thus far has been Storybook Love, the theme from the movie Princess Bride. I almost didn’t type the words “the movie” because to those of us who have become ‘cult’ followers, it is inconceivable that anyone would not be intimately acquainted with this lovely fairy tale movie of eternal and perfect love, featuring our beloved Buttercup and her hero Westley, a.k.a. farm boy.