Remember how I wrote I have to play at a friend's wedding last Saturday?
Since the ceremony took place in a side chapel but I played the main organ, I had to use some signs about the timing of the music - I simply didn't know what was going on at the chapel. The solution was simple - they rang a bell for me.
My friend didn't want any traditional wedding music so I had to improvise which was nice. His only request was that the prelude and postlude would be joyful and the first interlude - calm and peaceful.
I recorded all the 5 pieces that I played.
Hope you'll find them interesting:
Wedding Interlude 1
Wedding Interlude 2
Wedding Interlude 3
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