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Date Posted: 13:23:32 02/03/02 Sun
>From "So I Married an Axe Murder," the timeless "If
>you think I'm Sexy."
>Sleepaway Camp's wonderful "She wants my beef bologna"
>In weddings I like Highland Cathedral; Jesu, Joy of
>Man's Desiring; She Walks Through the Fair; Fannie
>Power; Endearing Young Charms. Hector the Hero and
>Loch Lomond are pretty tunes but not traditional
>wedding tunes. However, no one will ever know so just
>pick tunes that you think sound nice. Your piper will
>have many suggestions and can play them for you. A
>good piper will always try to honor your requests, but
>keep in mind that many tunes just don't go well on
>Highland Pipes, i.e., anything by Celine Dion or
>>My Fiance and I are getting Married this May, The
>>Piper we have Hired has suggested that we may want to
>>choose some of the tunes he will play on the day ( we
>>have a five minute walk from chapel to ballroom led by
>>the Piper )
>>The problem is, we don't know where to start. Can
>>anyone help by suggesting some tunes that would be
>>suitable for a wedding.
Stick to traditional Scottish 4/4 s. I do Weddings most weeks, and people want tunes that they can identify with, and tunes they probably know.
There is nothing more boring to the public as a whole (other than pipers) than playing boring heavy tunes.
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