Felix Mendelssohn – Wedding March

Felix Mendelssohn’s “Wedding March” in C major, written in 1842, is one of the best known of the pieces from his suite of incidental music (Op. 61) to Shakespeare’s play A Midsummer Night’s Dream. It is one of the most frequently used wedding marches.

This is a performance of the original composition!

Updated (27/8/2014):
Five (5) versions are included at 3 different tempi (110bpm, 120bpm and 125bpm) and 2 different instrumentations, the original Full Orchestra performance and the possibly more popular Organ version:

Full Orchestra: 110 bpm / Short version / (ver.1a):  0.00 in preview (duration: 3:27)
Organ A:        110 bpm / Short version / (ver.3a):  3.27 in preview (duration: 3:25)
Full Orchestra: 120 bpm / Long version  / (ver.2a):  6.52 in preview (duration: 6:07)
Full Orchestra: 125 bpm / Short version / (ver.1b): 13.00 in preview (duration: 2:57)
Organ B:        110 bpm / Short version / (ver.3b): 15.57 in preview (duration: 3:25)
Customizations:
For any performance changes, tempo modifications, arrangement alterations, etc. please contact me…

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