You can’t go wrong with Pachelbel – it is traditional and can sound modern; it is flexible and soothing. It works with all kinds of ensembles (included a soloist!). And Ed Sheran’s Perfect adds a little rock and roll vibe to this classic song. But if you’re looking for something different, there are many more options to choose from.
But first, let’s break down Canon in D. Why does this remain so relevant and popular?
Can’t Help Falling in Love was made widely popular by the movie Crazy Rich Asians, as Nick and Rachael found true love despite a lot of struggles. And really, with Elvis Presley – the crooner of them all – can’t be beat for true romance.
Another romance, known for some highs and lows, the Twilight Serious made Christina Perri’s A Thousand Years a hit. It is a bit darker than other tunes, but has a complexity, reflection and richness to it that others might lack. It works best with at least two players, while all the other most popular songs work just fine as solos or with an ensemble.
But what if you’re looking for something a bit different? Our biggest trend is “everything” else and here’s some highlights of my favorites:
What song will you walk down the aisle to? Kessler Strings can make it happen for you!