Last year we have featured Pachelbel’s Canon or Canon in D major with a mixture of Celtic tradition. The classical composition beautifully merges with the Celtic tradition, thus, creating a breathtaking wedding music that anyone can use on their wedding day.
Today, we will feature another wedding music that you’d probably want to include in your wedding song lists once you hear it. The wedding music for this week is a fusion of traditional English folk song and traditional Celtic melody which will make a great wedding music background at the reception.
Greensleeves is a traditional English folk song which is known to exist since the late 16th century. There is a belief that Lady Greene Sleeves (the original title) was composed by King Henry VIII for his beheaded queen of consort, Anne Boleyn. But this popular belief has no available evidence that will prove it was King Henry VIII himself was indeed the composer of this English traditional folk song.
Below is a video of the song. This particular rendition is available at TCarterMusic.com. May, you enjoy listening to this groundbreaking musical achievement. And wait for more wedding blog posts where you can learn different wedding savings technique for you to enjoy an inexpensive wedding. Until next time, enjoy planning dream your wedding.