For weddings, the tunes that I most often play for the bride's march are Highland Cathedral or The Prince of Denmark's March.  I have recordings of each of these tunes on my Gigmasters website: https://www.gigmasters.com/bagpipes/steve-agan#/audio

There are several sets of marches that I most often play for processional music:

1) Green Hills of Tryol, Kilworth Hills, Castle Dangerous  https://www.gigmasters.com/bagpipes/steve-agan#/audio

2) Crags of Tumbledown Mountain, Wings, Gardens of Skye

3) MacRae Meadow: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp-4ZXCPk1g

 

I usually play a set of 6/8 marches for the recessional, which begins with Glendaruel Highlanders, Bonnie Dundee, and Atholl Highlanders.  Here is a recording of my old friend Jimmy Mitchel playing Bonnie Dundee: http://www.texasbagpiper.com/soundclips/11%20-%20Track%2011.mp3

 

Other good recessional tunes are:

Scotland the Brave: https://www.gigmasters.com/bagpipes/steve-agan#/audio

Highland Wedding: http://www.texasbagpiper.com/soundclips/09%20-%20Track%209.mp3

 

I know some great hymns as well.  Love Divine is one of my favorites.  Brad Beaton, a wedding piper in Atlanta, has a recording of the beginning of it on his website, which is a wedding tune resource itself: http://www.atlantabagpiper.com/

 

Beyond that, if you search for "wedding bagpipe music" and listen to what is available on the web, I can play just about anything you hear.  I would just need advance notice of special requests.

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