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The Vienna Conspiracy

2427 Interstate 40 West

Amarillo, Texas 79109

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Suggested Recessionals

Clicking on any of the selections below will allow you to listen to sample audio excerpts of the quartet.  (Available audio clips are indicated when your cursor changes to a hand over the underlined bold text of a song.)  Please note that these clips are live recordings, as opposed to recordings in the controlled environment of a studio.  To speed download times, the size of the sound files has been reduced.  However, reducing the size of the sound files also reduces the quality of the sound, so the audio clips are not CD quality.  The MP3 files will download and play in your default player.


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· Wagner— Bridal Chorusfrom Lohengrin (Traditional Processional “Here Comes the Bride”)


· German, 17th cent.— Beautiful Saviour


· Sibelius— “ Hymn” from Finlandia (Be Still My Soul)


· Bach— Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiringfrom Canata No. 147


· Pachelbel— Canon in D(As heard in Father of the Bride)


· Clarke— Trumpet Voluntary-The Prince of Denmark’s March”


· Bach— “Air” from Suite No. 3 in D (Air on the G String)


· Mozart— Romanzefrom Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525


· Holst — JupiterTheme from The Planets


· Rodgers — Wedding Processionalfrom The Sound of Music


· Jackson—Fanfare RoyaleIntroduction for Bridal Chorus or Trumpet Voluntary



· Mendelssohn— Wedding Marchfrom Midsummer Night’s Dream (Traditional Recessional)


· Handel— Alla Hornpipe” (“Allegro Maestoso”) from Water Music Suite


· Mozart— “Allegro” from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik, K. 525


· Beethoven— Ode to Joy from Symphony No. 9: Movement 4


· Vivaldi— Spring (“Allegro-1”) from The Four Seasons


· Handel— Coro” (“Finale”) from Water Music Suite


· Handel— La Rejouissancefrom Royal Fireworks


· Mozart—Allelujahfrom Exsultate, Jubilate, K.165


· Mouret— Rondeau from Premiere Suitte (Theme from Masterpiece Theater)


· Charpentier—“Prelude” from Te Deum



             (Mouret’s “ Rondeau”  and Charpentier’s Te Deum are appropriate as either a processional or a recessional.)



* These selections comprise only a portion of our repertoire