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Planning Your Happy Triangle Wedding Music

Weddings should be a joyous and memorable family event--but they can be a nightmare when brides or grooms or mothers micro manage and sabotage the music plans.  Last minute fussy-pants or power grabbing changes in song selection, duration of the contract, or music flow just upsets everyone and does not justify the results. 1.  Take […]

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Planning Your Triangle Wedding Music

A charming and memorable addition to your wedding reception songlist is to "Dance Your Name".  Many women's and men's names are mentioned in songs of all decades and types, and it is fun to hear your name sung.  There is: Along Comes Mary, Amanda, Angie Baby, Brandy, Carrie, Emily, Georgia on My Mind, Jenny Jenny, […]

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Planning Your Triangle Wedding Music

A memorable wedding and reception can adapt a corresponding theme which carries through in the venue, the decorations, the food, the attire, and the music.  Guests also enjoy participating with clothing choices of the theme.  We have played Hawaiian/Island music at beach ceremonies with guitar and violin; Bluegrass/western weddings at Ward's Hollow with banjo, mandolin […]

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Planning Your Triangle Wedding Music

Which is planned first--the songs or the musicians? Each group of instruments can have its own songlist, so you want to decide first what kind of music you want--Traditional, Beatles, Journey, Sinatra, Irish, Bluegrass,Jazz, or your own special theme. Guitar, piano or saxophone might be the more authentic choice rather that string quartet or harp. […]

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The String, Woodwind, Brass and Percussion Families of Instruments

Violinist                                Flutist V   Oboist Mary Greiner with NC Symphony Maestro Bill Curry Clarinet                    Saxophone Musical instruments are grouped into families. The string family is the largest in the orchestra. The violin is the smallest and highest sounding, the lower pitched viola, the larger and lower still cello and the largest and lowest, the double […]

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Harpist at Washington Duke Wedding Ceremony

Requesting Your Favorite Songs Your wedding is uniquely you. We want to play the music which will enhance the ambience of your special day, whether it is a church wedding, hotel ceremony, garden gathering or beach or home wedding. The choice of instrument is the first deciding factor. A harp is heavenly; strings are elegant; […]

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