A march for organ suitable as entry or exit music for a bride, or as a lively general-purpose organ voluntary
- Op.28 No.4
- 2 minutes
This is structured as A B A C A so that the piece can be shortened to A B A when occasion demands.
Essentially simple in content, the stirring opening section is contrasted with two episodes, in A minor, and a softer section in F major, before returning to conclude with an extended final statement and triumphant coda.
- 21 September 2008, at Beechen Cliff Methodist Church, Bath UK
- 4 January 2009, at St Andrew's Church, Lyddington, Rutland UK
- 19 December 2010, at St John the Baptisthurch, Harringworth Church, Northants UK
- 15 April 2012 at Kampong Kapor Methodist church, Singapore
- 22 April 2012 at Trinity Methodist Church, Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore
- 2 June 2012 at the wedding of Lynne and Stephen, St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
- 3 November 2012 at the wedding of Sophie and Ian, St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
- 8 June 2013 at the wedding blessing of Karoline and Richard, St Andrew's Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
- 9 August 2014 at the wedding of Charlotte and Simon, St Andrew's Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
- 6 December 2015 at St. Nicholas Church, Pilton, Rutland, UK
- 9 April 2017 at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Wing, Rutland UK
- 24 September 2017 at St John the Baptist Church, Harringworth, Northants, UK
- 25 August 2018 at the wedding of Claire and Ronnie, Uppingham Parish Church, Rutland, UK.
What a very useful piece! Its structure and adaptability would suit any building, from a small chapel to a cathedral, but would sound great on a large organ.
Just the right introduction to a wedding if you'd like something a bit different with good tunes and atmospheric ambience.
Rodney Parker, former Director of Music, Band of the Grenadier Guards