Beautiful Wedding Music for Your Ceremony, Service or Reception
Something Old, Something New…
First up is a sampling of some of my more “contemporary” favorite pop piano songs played using my portable keyboard. As you’ll hear, technology has come a long way since my youthful Farfisa organ days in the basement. Some of these old songs still rock!
Of course, all of my recordings are done live without any post-recording tricks. What you hear is exactly what I sound like live using my stage piano and sound system.
Set of 9 tracks (Total Time: 18:54):
…Something Borrowed, Something Blue
If you prefer your Jazz played straight-up on a Steinway piano, “Something Borrowed, Something Blue” is for you. This set is strictly old-school Jazz songs from the great American Songbook. Historically they span the 1920s to the 1960s. Sometimes, old is GOOD.
Unfortunately, I don’t really have a Steinway piano but, as you’ll hear, my portable keyboard and sound system does an excellent job of copying the Steinway sound as well as that of other iconic pianos.
Set of 11 tracks (Total Time: 19:36):
Popular Wedding Music
The third set of 13 tracks includes some of the songs that have been very popular at recent weddings and performances.
All were recorded “live” using a digital piano.
Set of 13 tracks (Total Time: 25:45):
Although I have an extensive song list of nearly 700 songs, I am always happy to work with you on special requests to make your Wedding or Special Event a truly unique experience.
Wedding Music Classics
This fourth set of nine tracks was also recorded in my home studio using a portable digital piano. It includes two classical selections that show off the capabilities of my portable digital keyboard. In addition to its excellent piano sound it also has the ability to sound like a pipe organ or a harpsichord. Depending on the over-all style that you want for your wedding, Classical music often makes for a classy addition to the music that you choose.
Set of 9 tracks (Total Time: 13:11):
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Former Mayfair Mall Piano Player
Mondays and Thursdays (2010-2014)