customary - wedding
A number of churches choose to publish their wedding customary online:
- All Saints' (Fort Worth, TX) [PDF] - see page 11 for organ music details, including the "nuptial recital" the best name I've seen for the extended organ prelude to wedding.
- All Saints' (Lakeland, FL) - not actually the customary, but a place to request that the customary be snail-mailed to you. Weird. I suggest we all start requesting their customaries multiple times a day. Then, perhaps, they will just put it online like everyone else.
- Advent (Boston, MA) - stricly liturgical.
- Christ Church Cathedral (Houston, TX) [PDF]
- Diocese of New York - Contains a "Simple Wedding Ceremonial" and some common sense thinking about weddings. The reccomendation of "Ave Maria" as choral music is not explained.
- Emmanuel (Athens, GA)
- Palmer Memorial (Houston, TX) [PDF]
- Redeemer (Bryn Mawr, PA) [PDF]
St. Andrew's (Canton, NC) - Organist paid only $100 for wedding and rehearsal. Ouch.
- St. George's (York Harbor, ME)
Labels: liturgy, weddings
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