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Wedding ceremonies

The Rascals specialise in music for wedding ceremonies, religious or secular. We have years of experience and have built up a large repertoire of suitable music for whatever style of ceremony you might want. Contact us to talk about what songs or instrumentals you would like on your special day.

Wedding ceremony repertoire


Alleluia The Rascals
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Turn, turn, turnThe Rascals
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The cloud's veil The Rascals
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Make me a channnel of your peaceThe Rascals
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Ag Chriost an síol (Traditional)
Amazing grace
As I went down in the river to pray
Se an tiarna m'aoire
Lady of Knock
As I kneel before you/Ave Maria

Here is an example of a typical religious ceremony

The voyageThe Rascals
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Tabhair_dom_do_lámhThe Rascals
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Happy togetherThe Rascals
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Gabriel's oboeThe Rascals
00:00 / 02:00

Here Comes the Sun (The Beatles)
Here there and everywhere (The Beatles)
When I'm sixty-four (The Beatles)
All I want is you won't you be my Bride
White Winter Hymnal (The Fleet Foxes)
Crazy Love (Van Morrison)
The dimming of the day (Richard Thompson)
Blackbird (The Beatles)
Your song (Elton John)
May you never (John Martin)
Bright blue rose (Mary Black)
Into my arms (Nick Cave)
Love me (Colin Ray)
Four seasons in one day (Crowded House)
Perfect day (Lou Reed)
Dream a little Dream (The Mamas and the Papas)
Dream (The Everly Brothers)
Falling in love with you (Elvis Presley)
The Lakes of Ponchartrain (Paul Brady)
All you need is love (The Beatles)
In my life (The Beatles)
I will (The Beatles)
A man is in love (The Waterboys)
Into the mystic (Van Morrison)
Thinking out loud (Ed Sheeran)
Latch (Kodaline)
Summer of my dreams (Dolores Keane)
She moved through the fair (Sinead O'Connor)
How long will I love you (Ellie Goulding)
Better (Tom Baxter)
Love me tender (Elvis)
It must be love (Madness)
God only knows (The Beach Boys)

See our Repertoire page for more songs

Here is an example of a typical secular wedding ceremony 

The Bridal Air (Niall Teague)
The Kerfunken (Traditional)
Pachelbel's cannon in D
A Mhuire mhathair

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