There are new Bridal Chorus arrangements for you to choose from. (Not the other “new” ones. New new ones, which makes them ultra-new, happening, in-the-moment.)
As I listened to our Bridal Chorus (organ) track, I wanted to make some very minor changes – and since I own a recording studio and play all sorts of keyboard instruments, I’m the only one that is involved in making these change, so I can continue changing and re-recording to my heart’s content, and I often do. It isn’t always profitable to continually revisit and revamp what I’ve already finished – but it’s artistically satisfying, and in the end, those who purchase our music win. Our wedding march mp3 piano track is one of our shortest versions to date of the bridal chorus – perfect for small churches and intimate wedding settings, or where you only need a 30 second version for the bride.
Cutting to the chase, here are the new or edited Bridal Chorus offerings:
The main pipe organ version now has a more stately feel. For the musicians, I can tell you I changed the dotted 8th and 16th note figures to actually be more like that, and less of a “triplet” feel, which tends to smooth out the performance and make it less stately and march-like.
There is now a shorter pipe organ version (with this new more stately sound) for those who are not walking down the aisle in the Westminster Cathedral, for example, but in a normal sized church and who just want the music to last long enough to accompany them from the back to the front, and then end naturally.
Last, there is one final added version that not only has the more regal sound, but is also a bit faster. This will satisfy those who don’t wish to walk too slowly, or would like the music to portray a bit more excitement. If one of my daughters in particular…you know who you are… were to walk to the Bridal Chorus, she would definitely choose the version that is a bit more brisk. As for the other daughter – I couldn’t venture a guess. But I digress…
Did I say one final added version? I’ll have to amend that statement as we just added a couple orchestra versions of the Wedding March (Bridal Chorus).