Wedding March by Mendelssohn, Flute and Clarinet Duet (arr. David McKeown) Sheet Music | Felix Mendelssohn | Instrumental Duet
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Wedding March by Mendelssohn, Flute and Clarinet Duet (arr. David McKeown)
by Felix Mendelssohn
Instrumental Duet - Digital Sheet Music

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Felix Mendelssohns Wedding March was originally written in 1842 as incidental music to Shakespeares famousplay, Midsummer Nights Dream. When Queen Victorias daughter used the music for her marriage in 1858, it became instantly popular and has remained a wedding favourite ever since.

This full version is arranged as a duet for Flute and Clarinet and the performance time is around 6 minutes. Of course, performers, especially at weddings, may wish to abridge and shorten the arrangement. This is easily done as the different sections are self-contained and interchangeable. Repeats may also be ignored. Follow the links above to hear a short sample or watch a complete performance on youtube. The samples are from the clarinet version of this arrangement.

Musicians at an intermediate level and above will find this ideal for formal and informal performances, with both parts enjoying melodic interest.

Teachers will enjoy using this arrangement as a fun way to help with detailed articulation and dynamics.

There are many more top quality arrangements and compositions by David McKeown for you to browse at http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/publishers/david-mckeown/6203

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