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Catholic Ceremony and music

Posted by Caroline, Norway on Thursday, May 8, 2014 Under: Catholic ceremony
Hi Giusy,
my name is Caroline and I am from Norway.
I am getting married next September in a tiny countryside Church in Locorotondo.
I have been told I am not allowed to have a violin playing in the Church during ceremony.
Is that true?


Ciao Caroline,
the only instrument explicitly allowed to be played in a Church is the organ.
Therefore, the use of all other instruments is subject to the authorization of the parish in charge of the Church.
In any other country they are flexible on this matter. Unfortunately, in Italy they are quite strict.

Try to talk personally to the parish, sometimes they give you permission.

Recorded music is never allowed.

In : Catholic ceremony 


Tags: music  "ceremony music" 

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