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Jewish Wedding Ceremony
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Prelude: The 20-30 minute period prior to the
ceremony when guests are seated. Frequently couples choose to
have a mixture of classical and Jewish music played during the prelude.
The Processional: This music, for the entrance of the wedding party, can be performed or without cantor.
The Cememony: Traditionally, there is no instrumental music during the ceremony.
The Recessional: The music that begins immediately after the breaking of the glass. It marks the end of the ceremony proper and is played while the wedding party exits from under the chuppah. Siman Tov is a traditional recessional song, but many others are appropriate.
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Holidays: Hannukah, Rosh Hashana, Simchat Tora, Yom Ha'atzma'ut
Simchas: Bar or Bat Mitzvah, Bris, Naming Ceremony, Anniversary