Bridal Chorus


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Bridal Chorus

traditional wedding song; from Wagner’s Lohengrin. [Music: Scholes, 1113]
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It contains The Bridal Chorus, better known as Here Comes The Bride.
But Wagner's Here Comes the Bride – or Bridal Chorus – is now being shunned in favour of more modern tunes.
The bride walked down a makeshift red carpet in the hotel's lobby while the assembled guests hummed The Bridal Chorus.
95) for piano solo and vocal performances offers a time-honored selection of traditional favorites that includes Air (from 'Water Music Suite'); Ave Maria (from the 'First Prelude of Johann Sebastian Bach'); Ave Maria (Schubert); Bridal Chorus (from 'Lohengrin'); Canon in D; Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring; Liebestraum No.
Becky walked down the aisle to the traditional bridal chorus, played on the organ, and the newlyweds left the ceremony to the traditional wedding march, played by a harpist.
Given in marriage by her parents and escorted by her father, the bride entered to "The Bridal Chorus.
The Bridal Chorus," played on the antique church organ that was a gift from the bride's grandfather to the church, announced the bride's entrance.
The wedding party entered to "Canon in D" before the chiming of the hour announced the bride's entrance to "The Bridal Chorus.