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    The Bridal Chorus (Organ) (Here Comes The Bride | Wedding March | Bridal March) is the most famous of all wedding pieces. This majestic pipe organ version is perfect for a more traditional bridal processional that was likely used by your mother and grandmother, and perhaps many other family and friends.

    Follow this link to hear 20 variations on the Wedding March|Bridal Chorus: string quartet, orchestra, more pipe organ options, traditional piano, gentle reflective piano and more:

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The Bridal Chorus (Organ) [Here Comes The Bride|Wedding March[ has been the preferred bridal processional for most of the 20th century. This features a cathedral pipe organ. There are many more arrangements and styles available on our "Bridal Chorus Variations" album - wedding orchestra, wedding piano, romantic string quartet, gentle piano, and more to meet your bridal processional needs.

The Bridal Chorus is a selection from the opera "Lohengrin," composed by Richard Wagner. In the operatic setting, the bride's attendants sing this song while accompanying the bride to the bridal chamber after the wedding has taken place, rather than preceding the wedding ceremony, as it is used today. The lyric that Wagner wrote is never used in modern day weddings, and although it is bright and hopeful, there is an ironic twist that develops almost immediately in the opera Lohengrin.

During the earlier years of the 20th century, it was often performed on an organ, or a piano; sometimes as a duet of the two instruments. In the last few decades there had been numerous arrangements for every instrument and ensemble conceivable.


There are no official lyrics for the Bridal Chorus, also known as "Here Comes The Bride" or the Bridal March. Young children might sing "Here comes the bride, all dressed in white" whilst playing wedding.


from Wedding Processional Songs for Brides Bridesmaids, released July 14, 2010
The Bridal Chorus on Pipe Organ was arranged and performed by Steve Millikan for Wedding Music Project. ©2010 Weedom & Reap/ASCAP/All Rights Reserved



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