Soulton HallThe family-run Soulton Hall, in the rolling Shropshire countryside, has a long history that stretches back to the Bronze Age. This is a working farm, as well as a delightful wedding venue, and its current owners show incredible attention to detail, taking on a smaller number of bookings than other venues, and working hard to adapt the hall’s multiplicity of features to the demands of their bride and groom’s special day.

Wedding violinist Simon Jordan played at this venue, with a pianist. Simon and the pianist played outside for a beautiful ceremony in the gardens, and then inside for the reception and wedding breakfast. The bride and groom chose this mix of music:

 

Bridal entrance instrumental

Moon river

Signing of the register

Debussy – Clair de Lune

Leaving the ceremony

Puccini – Turandot – Nessun Dorma

 

Wedding breakfast and drinks reception 

Johann Pachelbel – Canon

Frederic Chopin- Concerto for Piano Orchestra No.1 op.11

Beethoven-Moonlight Sonata

Rachmaninov – Piano Concerto 2

Massenet – Meditation Thais

Mascagni – Cavalleria Rusticana Intermezzo

Handel – Zadok the Priest

Handel – The Arrival of Queen of Sheba

Beethoven – 5th Symphony

Beethoven- Ode to Joy

Vivaldi – Four Seasons, Spring

Vivaldi – Four Seasons, Autumn

Beethoven – Fur Elise

Dvorak – The Largo Symphony 9

Grieg – Peer Gynt Suite “Morning”

Elgar- Nimrod from the enigma Variations

Verdi – Aida – Triumphal  March

Bach – Air on a G String

Mussorgsky – Great Gates of Kiev

Handel – Water Music – Air

Puccini – Turandot – Nessun Dorma

Holst – Planets Suite- Jupiter

Mozart – Piano Concerto – Andante

Handel – La Rejouissance

Grieg- Wedding Day at Troldhaugen

Clarke- The Prince of Denmark’s March

Liszt- Liebestraum No.3 (Dream of Love)