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    wedding march (andante nuptial) for organ and trumpet

    Hello

    Please listen to my new wedding march

    [YOUTUBE]Pyq5ev-_PNA[/YOUTUBE]
    Friendly yours. Jean-Paul

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    What a lovely piece Jean Paul. And beautifully played. An appropriate alternative to the traditional wedding march.

    Reminds me of my marriage. (goes off crying)

    teddy

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    Bravo, I love it!

    Regards,

    Dennis

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    Superb Jean-Paul, a welcome addition to the organists arsenal, congratulations. If by traditional wedding march Teddy means that tacky thing by Wagner, I think this is far superior. I think that is the piece of music i hate most. (Sorry Teddy)

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneBaroque View Post
    I think that is the piece of music i hate most. (Sorry Teddy)

    Rob
    After being married two and a half times so do I

    teddy

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    Very nice Jean-Paul. Would be quite suitable for a graduation processional with that pedal part you can feel the steps down the asile,Thanks again for your hard work.
    Last edited by wljmrbill; Jul-23-2011 at 10:23.
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