Weddings & Special Occasions

The harp either as a solo instrument or as a part of an ensemble, creates a beautiful atmosphere for any part of your wedding day.

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Lisa Vollmer Photography

Whether it’s for the ceremony, cocktail hour or dinner, harp music will bring a high level of elegance and sophistication to your special day.  Though decorations, attire and other pieces of the ceremony are an
important part of any wedding, it is the music that truly completes any event.

Music provides the soundtrack and mood to different portions of the wedding celebration, and brings emotion, tone and sensations to the occasion.  Harp music, in particular, provides an airy and classical backdrop to your wedding and offers a more complete and beautiful feeling.

The magical sound of the harp is an elegant accompaniment for any special occasion or gathering.  Throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York, let Teresa Mango bring her skills as an experienced wedding harpist to your event.  She offers a wide variety of music and styles for you to choose from on request.  Whether you are looking for the sound of a single harp or a combination of different instruments, Teresa will bring the perfect sounds to complete your dream wedding.  Her solo work and collaborations with other musicians are sure to provide a lovely atmosphere for your occasion.

For your listening pleasure, below are a few choices to consider using for your ceremony.  For information on specific songs or details about booking your event, contact Teresa today.
Adagio – “Water Music” – G.F. Handel

Allegro Vivace – “Water Music”

Arioso – J.S. Bach

Bridal Chorus – “Lohengrin” – R. Wagner

Canon in D – J. Pachelbel

Hornpipe – “Water Music”

Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J.S. Bach

Minuet – “The Royal Fireworks”

Ode to Joy – L. Beethoven

Overture – “The Royal Fireworks” – G.F. Handel

Sleeper’s, Wake – J.S. Bach

The Rejoicing – “The Royal Fireworks”

The Wedding March – F. Mendelsohn

Trumpet Tune – H. Purcell

Trumpet Voluntary – J. Clarke