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Wedding Service Music

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Voicing/Format Organ Folio
Composer J S Bach
Arranger David Drinkwater
Publisher J Fischer & Brothers
Series Organ - Method Or Collect
Catalog # FE09900

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Wedding Service Music Composed by J S Bach. Arranged by David Drinkwater. For Organ Folio. Published by J Fischer & Brothers. (Catalog # FE09900, UPC: 029156131345)

All weddings that require the services of a church organist are, or should be, religious as well as social occasions. This fact must be kept in mind as the organist and participants select music that is acceptable from a religious as well as aesthetic point of view. In light of this, the selections in WEDDING S ERVICE MUSIC FOR ORGAN were chosen to meet these requirements. It is the inten tion of the author that these selections impress listeners as expressions of j oy as well as of religious solemnity. Contents: Bach: Aria (Bist Du Bei Mir), Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring, Siciliano; Handel: Aria (Semele), Larghetto (Conc erto Grosso XII); Wagner: Bridal Chorus; Mozart: Church Sonata in E-flat Major , Wedding March (Marriage of Figaro); Marcello: Psalm 19; Processional Hymn (W estminster Abbey); C

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARIA (BIST DU BEI MIR) BACH  
ARIA (SEMELE) HANDEL,G.F.  
BRIDAL CHORUS WAGNER  
CHURCH SONATA IN E-FLAT MAJOR MOZART  
JESU JOY OF MAN'S DESIRING BACH  
LARGHETTO (CONCERTO GROSSO XII) HANDEL,G.F.  
PROCESSIONAL HYMN (WESTMINSTER ABBEY) MARCELLO  
PSALM 19 MARCELLO  
RIGAUDON CAMPRA  
SICILIANO BACH  
SOLEMN MELODY DAVIES  
TRUMPET TUNE PURCELL  
TRUMPET VOLUNTARY CLARKE  
WEDDING MARCH (MARRIAGE OF FIGARO) MOZART  
WEDDING MARCH (MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM) MENDELSSOHN  

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