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South Florida Wedding Ceremony Musicians; Making The Right Choice

March 12th, 2009 by Howard

Selecting the best musicians and musical pieces for your wedding ceremony in South Florida can either create magical moments, or put a damper on your perfect day. What follows are some suggestions and pitfalls to avoid in selecting your wedding ceremony musicians.

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Performing a wedding ceremony requires professionalism and a musical timing that many students have yet to attain.

In performing music during the wedding procession, the musicians must be able to time the music’s tempo, start, ending, as well as be able to go into a “holding pattern” if necessary to accommodate the length and pace of the ceremony processional.

They must also be able to create a musically dramatic moment upon the entrance of the bride. This moment is amongst the most memorable at any wedding ceremony, and must be well-executed for maximum effect.
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How One South Florida Wedding Band Creates Unforgettable Events

March 12th, 2009 by Howard

When the party’s over, the guests have all gone home, and all the thank you cards have been sent out… what do you think your guests will remember most?

The food? The flowers? The cake? None of the above.

They’ll remember if they had a fantastic time at the wedding, which is directly related to how much time they spend on the dance floor!

This is one of the most important benefits of having a great band for your South Florida wedding music. Not only must the music be great, but you must have a bandleader that knows how to get people on the dance floor and keep them there!

You could have the greatest musicians on the planet at your wedding, but if they’re not playing the right music at the right time, the dance floor will be empty. That’s a concert, not a party!
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