Organ wedding music. In a way, there's nothing quite like it! For example, who hasn't experienced the majestic sounds of an organ as it plays a piece such as Widor's Toccata?
Of course, an organ isn't limited to just big booming sounds. Depending on the piece and with a skilled organist's touch, an organ can also produce soft, reflective sounds.
Adding to an organ's versatility are knobs or levers generally referred to as "stops", some of which can imitate the sound of a particular instrument. Obviously then, the trumpet stop makes it sound like a trumpet is being played along with the organ. Listen to Trumpet Tune and you can easily hear the trumpet sound.
"Stops" help make an organ such a versatile instrument that it can play a wide range of music.
The following are a couple of fine wedding music CDs featuring the organ:
Anyone in need of an organ wedding music songbook might want to check out The Complete Wedding Songbook--Easy Organ Adventure Folios which contains 43 well-known, most-requested wedding songs in a mix of classical and contemporary styles.
Another choice might be A Special Wedding: Organ Music Book which contains 20 songs.
To explore more instrumental music, especially featuring individual instruments, go to Instrumental Wedding Music.