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The Bridal March was written by Richard Wagner in 1850, scored for orchestra and chorus, and opening the third act of his opera, Lohingren. It is best known in the English-speaking world as “Here Comes the Bride”. Queen Victoria’s daughter used the music for her marriage in 1858, and its popularity has endured ever since. This version is arranged as a duet for Clarinet and Tenor Saxophone.
Musicians at an intermediate level and above will find this ideal for formal and informal performances, especially at weddings. The melody is mainly in the first part. The performance time is a little more than one minute.
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