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The Complete Classical Wedding Book

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Mark Barnard
Publisher Unity Music Press
Catalog # 70/1050

Price: $18.00

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The Complete Classical Wedding Book Arranged by Mark Barnard. For Organ Folio. Published by Unity Music Press. (Catalog # 70/1050, UPC: 000308029673)

Selected from the instrumental, vocal and orchestral repertoire, this organ collection provides a complete resource of classical music for weddings. The book is comprised of many sacred classics and other joyous and solemn selections appropriate for use at all wedding services. The quiet reflective pieces, intended for use before or during the service, are located in the front of the book followed by some wonderful festive works which may be used a processionals or recessionals.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR FROM THE D MAJOR SUITE BACH, JOHANN  
ALLEGRO FROM SINFONIA NO 12 VIVALDI, ANTONIO  
ANDANTE GRAZIOSO FROM THE A MAJOR SONATA MOZART, W.A.  
AVE MARIA  
AVE MARIA  
BRIDAL CHORUS  
CANON IN D PACHELBEL, JOHANN  
CARILLON, THE LORENZ, ELLEN  
FESTAL MARCH FROM RINALDO HANDEL, G.F.  
HYMN TO JOY  
JESU JOY OF MANS DESIRING  
LARGO VIVALDI, ANTONIO  
ON WINGS OF SONG MENDELSSOHN, FELIX  
PANIS ANGELICUS FRANCK, CESAR  
PRELUDE IN CLASSIC STYLE YOUNG, GORDON  
TRUMPET TUNE AND AIR  
TRUMPET VOLUNTARY CLARKE, JEREMIAH  
WEDDING MARCH MENDELSSOHN, FELIX  
WITH TRUMPETS AND HORNS  
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