Music for Processional
Processional in "D"
|....Richard Wagner wrote the classical piece "Bridal Chorus" (popularly known as "Here Comes the Bride") in 1845, and it has been a favorite choice for bridal marches at weddings ever since (particularly at bigger church weddings). The "Bridal Chorus is still a good choice today, however, many couples have told us that they are now opting for more intimate wedding ceremonies - with less pomp and circumstance.|
For those brides and grooms who prefer the more subtle approach, New Traditions Wedding Music now offers "Processional in D" , a contemporary yet classically styled instrumental flute duet. "Processional in D" can be used either as a processional for the wedding party, (with a separate selection for the bridal march) or as a combined processional and bridal march in one. In addition to our standard length version, "Processional in D" is also available in an extended version.
.....................................Available on VOLUME II
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