Antonio Vivaldi was a Baroque-period composer from Venice, Italy who piece titled “Le quattro stagioni” or “The Four Seasons” and published it in 1725.  It is a four-part work with a concerto for each season of the year.

The most popular season chosen for wedding ceremonies is “Spring,” which is, incidentally enough, the same season that is most popular for weddings, making it a perfect fit for a live quartet to play it at weddings.

The piece starts lively and keeps the listener entertained throughout with new melodies and harmonies.  It is traditionally a song for the processional of members of the bridal party, and even the bride herself.

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There is no better way to keep a spring wedding ceremony lively than with a little Vivaldi!

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