Bridal Chorus Sheet Music (Here Comes The Bride, Wedding March) Gentle Piano, short & long versions

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    SHEET MUSIC for the BRIDAL CHORUS (Gentle Piano), aka WEDDING MARCH, HERE COMES THE BRIDE, or Bridal March, with piano demos. SHEET MUSIC automatically downloads when you buy the album. Open the download & you'll find mp3's plus two SHEET MUSIC versions of the Bridal Chorus Gentle Piano.
    This is a gentle, reflective arrangement of the Wedding March. Sheet Music includes optional 2 bar introduction, a gentle version of the traditional opening "fanfare" that announces entrance of the bride. Piano music includes chords for guitar.

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Bridal Chorus Gentle Piano SHEET MUSIC and mp3s automatically download together for one low price. Demo mp3's are free; you are simply buying the sheet music.

Go to weddingmusicproject.bandcamp.com/album/bridal-chorus-variations to hear all 25 variations of the Bridal Chorus.

When you buy the album, you'll get both short and long sheet music versions of the Bridal Chorus, along with all audio tracks on the album, for one low price. Piano music includes chords for guitar or other chord instruments.

This piano sheet music has no lyrics - it's a gentle piano arrangement, the way "Here Comes The Bride" is always performed in modern day weddings.

There were lyrics in the original version of the Bridal Chorus in Wagner's opera Lohengrin, but they are never employed in modern weddings.

Occasionally a young girl might sing "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white....." making up her own words, as children will do, but those are not official lyrics, and no one knows which child or adult first came up with those unforgettable lines!

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released 23 August 2012
Bridal Chorus (Gentle Piano) arranged and produced by Steve Millikan

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Track Name: Bridal Chorus (Gentle Piano, Long) with SHEET MUSIC a.k.a. Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride
This piano sheet music has no lyrics - it's a gentle piano arrangement with no words, the way "Here Comes The Bride" is always heard in modern day weddings. Piano sheet music includes chords for guitar or other chording instruments.

There were lyrics in the original version of the Bridal Chorus in Wagner's opera Lohengrin, but they are never employed in modern weddings.

Occasionally a young girl might sing "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white....." making up her own words, as children will do, but those are not official lyrics, and no one knows which child or adult first came up with those unforgettable lines!
Track Name: Bridal Chorus (Gentle Piano, very short) with SHEET MUSIC a.k.a. Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride
The Bridal Chorus is arguably the most famous bridal processional song of the last 100+ years, and is likely the processional used by your mother, grandmother, and many other friends and family members. There are many wedding pieces called "Wedding March", including Mendelssohn's very popular wedding exit music. His wedding march was written as an incidental piece for Shakespeare's "A Midsummer's Night Dream." We carry this piece as well, in a traditional style, and in a contemporary style - the "Wedding March Remix!"

The Bridal Chorus is never sung in contemporary weddings, though in the opera Lohengrin, the bridal party serenaded the tragic heroine Elsa as she made her way to the Bridal Chamber with this tune. The translation, however, sounds somewhat strange to our modern ears, and would seem rather out of place at most weddings today. Rewrites of the lyric have been attempted, with no popular results.
Track Name: Bridal Chorus (Gentle Piano, Short) with SHEET MUSIC a.k.a. Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride
The Bridal Chorus is never sung in modern day weddings, although the opera Lohengrin, from which the song is taken, featured the bridal party singing it to the bride, Elsa, following the wedding ceremony and as she was proceeding to the bridal chamber. Variously called the Wedding March, Bridal March, or "Here Comes The Bride", this is of course the most famous bridal processional, and the tune to which your mother, grandmother, and other family members may well have walked down the aisle.

There have been several attempts to rewrite the lyric for the Bridal Chorus, and some translations of the original opera lyric as well, but none have achieved any degree of popularity. One overriding issue in the rewrite attempts is the march-like nature of the music, which seems to not match most lyrics one would expect to hear being sung, if this song were ever sung at all, during the bride's walk down the aisle.
Track Name: Bridal Chorus Gentle Piano (short) SHEET MUSIC with trad. Bridal Fanfare (a.k.a. Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride)
This wedding piano sheet music contains no lyrics - it's a gentle piano arrangement of the traditional "Here Comes The Bride" as heard in modern day weddings. This gentle, easy to play version of the bridal chorus is perfect for small churches or other wedding locations, or for the bride who prefers a thoughtful and gentle sound to her bridal processional song, rather than the march-like sound typically associated with the traditionally played bridal chorus, as it is often performed on piano or pipe organ.

There was a "bridal chorus" singing in the original version of Wagner's opera Lohengrin; they sang this now famous melody after the wedding as the bride was on her way to the bridal chamber.

Occasionally a young girl might sing "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white....." making up her own words, as children are wont to do, but those are not official lyrics, and no one knows which child or adult first came up with those unforgettable lines!
Track Name: Bridal Chorus Gentle Piano, very short SHEET MUSIC with trad. Bridal Fanfare (a.k.a. Wedding March, Here Comes The Bride)
This piano sheet music has no lyrics - it's a gentle piano arrangement with no words, the way "Here Comes The Bride" is always heard in modern day weddings.

There were lyrics in the original version of the Bridal Chorus in Wagner's opera Lohengrin, but they are never employed in modern weddings.

Occasionally a young girl might sing "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white....." making up her own words, as children will do, but those are not official lyrics, and no one knows which child or adult first came up with those unforgettable lines!
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