Looking for some wedding trumpet music? Good, because quite frankly, very few couples incorporate a real trumpet in their wedding. Thus, if you do, you certainly will give your wedding a unique touch.
Now granted, nearly all church organs have various instrumental "stops" on them which, when activated by the organist, sound like a particular instrument. Stops are a wonderful versatility tool for the organist, because with the touch of a lever, they can make it sound as though a trumpet or violin or flute, etc. is being played even though no one is actually playing one.
So an organist can easily play the 2 songs mentioned above with the trumpet stop on, and it will sound just like a person is playing the trumpet. However, the effect created by having the "real thing" is hard to beat!
More detailed information about the trumpet and its possibilities for weddings can be found on Richard Watson's website entitled The Trumpet Shall Sound.
Mr. Watson, a professional trumpeter, has a "Weddings" section. Of special interest is the Wedding Planning Tool. Even though the wedding planning tool is designed to be filled out and used to contact him, if you scroll down to question #7, you'll find specific song recommendations using the trumpet for each phase of your wedding ceremony along with some of his song clips. His site isdefinitely worth visiting if you're planning on using trumpet music in your wedding!
For a quick idea of trumpet wedding music, take a quick look and listen agh the the following 2 CDs: