These are two songs said to have been performed at two different stages of wedding rituals in Shetland, the first listed was sung as the bridal party set out to go to the kirk and the second as it  left the kirk after the wedding ceremony.  The tunes to both were well known to fiddlers in the 1970s but the singing could well have died out much earlier.

Click on each of the titles to hear the songs recited as well as played.
The Bride’s March
Woo’d and Married and Aa