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What Can I Play For Weddings

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Arranger Cindy Berry
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Catalog # 33445

Price: $12.99

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What Can I Play For Weddings Arranged by Cindy Berry. For Piano Folio. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 33445, UPC: 038081396217)

This collection contains every type of arrangement that a pianist might need when playing for a wedding. Included are traditional pieces for the processional and recessional, as well as additional arrangements both classical pieces and hymns that can be played as preludes or during the lighting of a unity candle. Approximate performance times for each piece are included to assist in planning. Titles: Bridal Chorus (Wagner) * Canon in D (Pachelbel) * Holy, Holy, Holy (Dykes) * Air (from Water Music) (Handel) * Panis Angelicus (Franck) * Arioso (from Cantata No. 156) (J. S. Bach) * Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us (Bradbury) * Be Thou My Vision (Traditional) * Psalm 19 (Marcello) * Wedding March (Mendelssohn).

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIR (FROM WATER MUSIC)  
ARIOSO (FROM CANTATA NO. 156)  
BE THOU MY VISION  
BRIDAL CHORUS  
CANON IN D  
HOLY, HOLY, HOLY  
PANIS ANGELICUS  
PSALM 19  
SAVIOR, LIKE A SHEPHERD LEAD US  
WEDDING MARCH  

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