Repertoire

The choice of tunes and song versions can be very personal and each piece should fit the moment perfectly. We discuss all the options with you prior to the day and liaise with the Chazan/Rabbi to plan the perfect chuppah music soundtrack.

  • Ambient pre-chuppah background music as the guests arrive, playing traditional Hebrew/Israeli songs
  • Songs to accompany the groom/bride/family on processional ceremonial tunes
  • Background music while the ketuba is being signed and then lively after breaking of the glass
  • Ambient post-chuppah background music as guests leave to go to reception.

Traditional and Ceremony

Ani le dodi, Baruch Haba/Brucha Habaa, Canon in D Palchebel, Dodi Li, Ele Chamda Libi, Eshet Chayil, Mi Adir, Mi Bon Siach, Od Yishama, Ose Shalom, Y’did Nefesh, Yosis Alayich, Y’varech’cha

Songs Of Modern Israel/Israel Folk

Ani ve Ata, Dma’ot Shel Mal’achim, Hatikvah, Chorshat Ha’ekaliptus, David Melech Yisrael, Dror Yikra, Erev Ba, Eli Eli, Eretz Yisrael Yafa, Erev Shel Shoshanim, Hafinjan, Hine Ma Tov, K’var Achare Chatzot, Laila Laila, Lu Yehi, Ma Navu, Mayim Mayim, Od Lo Ahavti Dai, Perach halilach, Sisu Et Y’rushalayim, Schney Shoshanim, Tum Balalaika, Tzadik Katamar, Yerushalayim Shel Zahav, Zemer Atik

Klezmer
Bei Mir Bist Du Shayn, Chosn Kale Mazel Tov, Der Heyser Bulgar, Hava Nagila, Hevenu Shalom, Sherele, Yossel Yossel, Siman Tov,
Rich man, Matchmaker, Sunrise Sunset