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Handel, George Frideric
This famous piece is part of Handel's Water Music suite. It makes a wonderful processional.
The "Bridal Chorus" from the opera Lohengrin (1848), by German composer Richard Wagner (1813 - 1883), is the standard march played for the bride's entrance at most formal weddings in the United States and at many weddings throughout the Western world. In English-speaking countries it is generally known as "Here Comes the Bride" or "Wedding March". Its usual placement at the beginning of a wedding ceremony is not entirely in accordance with its placement in the opera. In the opera, the chorus is sung after the ceremony by the women of the wedding party, as they accompany the heroine Elsa to the bridal chamber. In addition, the marriage between Elsa and Lohengrin is an almost immediate failure. Good luck at the wedding!
This is a contemplative piece that is a bridge to quiet places in the heart.
Bach, Johann Sebastian
This piece was written for the movie "Little Heart". It is a wistful expression of missing and longing.
"Mary Hamilton," is a well-known sixteenth-century ballad from Scotland based on an apparently fictional incident about a lady-in-waiting to a Queen of Scotland. In all versions of the song, Mary Hamilton is a personal attendant to the Queen of Scots, but precisely which queen is not specified. She becomes pregnant by the Queen's husband, the King of Scots, which results in the birth of a baby. Mary kills the infant – in some versions by casting it out to sea or drowning, and in others by exposure. The crime is seen and she is convicted. The ballad recounts Mary's thoughts about her life and her impending death in a first-person narrative. Of course, this arrangement presents the beautiful melody which carries the sad wistful sentiment.
I wrote this as a portrait of inner experience rather than outer form.
A solo featuring a returning theme that is Celtic in nature. Also, this is a 'returning' to earlier traditions for source material (although the theme is original).