Hotel Blackhawk Wedding Music | Quad Cities & Iowa Harpist

Quad Cities Wedding Music

Tim and Torie had an elegant and sophisticated wedding at Hotel Blackhawk in Davenport, Iowa.  The ceremony, cocktail hour, and reception were all held in the hotel.

As guests entered the ceremony room, the first thing they saw was the harp!  The music of the harp is beautiful, and the visual element of the instrument adds an extra “wow” factor.  While the family and friends of the couple were finding their seats, I played a variety of classical harp music.

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The first part of the processional, which included the parents and some of the wedding party, was to Schubert’s “Ave Maria.”  The remaining members of the wedding party and child attendants (including one very reluctant ring bearer!) entered to “Concerning Hobbits” from Lord of the Rings.  Torie chose the traditional “Bridal Chorus” by Wagner for her processional.

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During the lighting of the unity candle, I played Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.”  The ceremony concluded with the traditional recessional, “Wedding March” by Mendelssohn.

If you are looking for a wedding musician in the Quad Cities, please contact me!  On my website – Davenport Iowa Wedding Harpist – you’ll be able to see pictures from other events, listen to additional audio clips, and read about the wedding services I provide.  Happy planning!

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