Early morning on the bay

I awoke super-early on Tuesday, and was able to enjoy some perfect solitude on Cape Cod Bay… not to mention some incredible lighting effects!

Hi Sam:

Here is the list of what I think we can offer for processional/recessional and a quiet piece during the ceremony  (have 2 trumpet / organ arrangements of them):

Beethoven Ode to Joy

Campra Rigoudon

Charpentier Prelude to Te Deum

Clarke Trumpet Voluntary

Mendelssohn Wedding March

Mouret Roundeau

Purcell Trumpet Tune

Wagner Bridal Chorus

Quiet:

Bach Bist du Bei Mir / Jesu Joy / Sheep May Safely

Malotte Lord’s Prayer

Franck Panis Angelicus

Perhaps she’d like quiet Bridal Party then a march for Bride (the Jesu Joy – Trumpet Voluntary “cocktail” is my greatest wedding hit!)

Let me know your thoughts, and pass this on to Cora if you wish.  BTW- can you pass on her email address? We have had trouble being in touch that way.

All best,

Scott

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Scott Lamlein

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When nature wins

Today, I’m sharing a series of photos I took on a bike ride a few weeks back.  I call it “When Nature Wins.”  Along the Farmington River rail trail there is an old factory that is seemingly still in use, and there is a railroad siding that runs directly into the back of the building. Of course, the main track is long gone, replaced by the bike trail, so the remaining trestle and rail ties fully intertwined with Mother Nature is quite beautiful.  It is a great reminder that our Earth has so much inner power.