From the prelude to the processional, recessional and reception, brass is an exceptional choice for your wedding music needs. Professional brass musicians play music of all styles, eras, and genres, and nothing sounds as regal and magnificent as ceremonial brass!
In choosing stunning wedding music, you must first define the style of your event. Your personality and individual taste should shine from every detail, from your flowers to the last strains of your recessional. The music you choose could be the most personal, touching and memorable piece of the very intricate masterpiece that is your wedding.
In essence, you want your music to tell the story of you, your relationship, and your emotions leading up to this day.
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All we need to know are your musical tastes and where in the ceremony you want music. The Denver Brass staff has vast experience in choosing or suggesting music for you that will fit your desires and tastes.
Organ and Brass Quintet
The organ and brass combination is quite stunning. Regal and fit for a Queen, this mixture of instruments will satisfy the most exquisite and extravagant wedding needs. Organ and Brass will fill your entire ceremony space with rich, warm, celebratory sound. The organ and brass can play together, or each can play alone providing endless variations.
The Brass Quintet is perhaps the most versatile and elegant sound for a wedding ceremony. Able to produce music for the prelude, processional, ceremony, recessional and reception, the Brass Quintet can create a perfect sound no matter what ceremony location you’ve chosen. A brass quintet can play music from any style, era and genre. The quintet is perfect for outdoor ceremonies where an organ or piano would be unavailable; it can be very portable and able to set up in remote ceremony settings!
Solo Brass with Organ
Solo brass and organ will create all the grace and sophistication of sound without a large ensemble. Trumpet and organ is perhaps the most common combination, however, French horn or trombone would sound equally tasteful in some situations. You may choose to have the organ alone play for the entrance of bridesmaids, and save the regal sound of the trumpet to announce, with great splendor, the appearance of the bride. Of course you must secure a space that has an organ available for use.
Brass Quintet with Bagpipes
A dazzling combination that is sure to leave an impression! The sound of a bagpipe can add a unique and very heartwarming touch to your wedding ceremony. Goosebumps are almost guaranteed as the hauntingly beautiful sound fills your ceremony hall. Bagpipes are very ceremonial instruments and can create a wonderful effect for the bride and groom’s recessional walk. Combined with brass, the result is truly stunning. What a great way to embrace your Celtic heritage!
Chamber ensemble created just for you!
While the Denver Brass provides primarily brass music, we can provide other musical combinations for your special day. We are well connected with the best musicians in Denver, and can help you find the right sound for you!