Felix Mendelssohn : Wedding March
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About 'Wedding March '
|Artist:||Mendelssohn, Felix (biography)|
|Born:||1809 , Hamburg|
|Died:||1847 , Leipzig|
|The Artist:||German Romantic composer, although one who espoused the wore the classical influence of Mozart more than the impassioned Romanticism of Beethoven. His most popular works are concert overtures and desciptive symphonies like the Italian and the Scotch.|
|Composition Info:||Felix Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" (Op. 61) is one of the best known pieces from his suite of incidental music to Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream. It is one of the most frequently used wedding marches, generally being played on a church pipe organ.|
It is commonly performed as the bridal party files out at the end of the service. It is frequently teamed with Richard Wagner's "Here Comes the Bride."
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