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The Complete Wedding Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Arranger Janet Linker
Publisher Beckenhorst Press Inc
Catalog # OC21

Price: $17.95

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Product Description

The Complete Wedding Collection Arranged by Janet Linker. For Organ Folio. Published by Beckenhorst Press Inc. (Catalog # OC21, UPC: 748769600214)

This all-in-one organ collection contains approximately thirty minutes of prelude music, as well as various processionals and recessionals for wedding ceremonies. A perfect "starter" book for students and young organists! Contains: Allegro Maestoso (from Water Music)-Handel; Arioso (from Cantata #156)-Bach; Bridal Chorus (from Lohengrin)-Wagner; Canon In D-Pachelbel; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring-Bach; La Rejouissance("Rejoicing" from Music for the Royal Fireworks)-Handel; Now Thank We All Our God-Karg-Elert; O Perfect Love-Barnby/Linker; Praise to the Lord, the Almighty-Walther; Priere a Notre-Dame("Prayer" from Suite Gothique)-Boellmann; Processional in G Major-Stanley; Psalm 19-Marcello; Rigaudon-Campra; Rondeau(from Premiere Suite, 1st movement)-Mouret; Trumpet Tune-Clarke; Trumpet Voluntary-Clarke; Wedding March (from A Midsummer night's Dream)-Mendelssohn

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