There are many different styles of music that can be played during the entrance and ceremony. During the service there may be a few hymns, especially in liturgical settings. Music can be used to announce the arrival of the participants of the wedding (such as a bride's processional), and in many western cultures, this takes the form of a wedding march. For more than a century, the Bridal Chorus from Wagner's Lohengrin (1850), often called "Here Comes The Bride", is the most popular processional, and has been traditionally played on a pipe organ or by a string quartet.

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  • Als Hochzeitsmarsch bezeichnet man in der Regel zwei Kompositionen von Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy beziehungsweise Richard Wagner, die sich zur Begleitung von Trauungszeremonien großer Beliebtheit erfreuen: * Hochzeitsmarsch (Nach dem Schlusse des vierten Aktes) aus der Bühnenmusik Ein Sommernachtstraum von Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy (op. 61 Nr. 9, in der konzertanten Version Nr. 7). Das Stück kommentiert die Dreifachhochzeit der Paare Theseus und Hippolyta, Demetrius und Helena sowie Lysander und Hermia, nachdem Pucks und Oberons Liebeszauber aufgehoben wurden. * Treulich geführt (auch Brautlied), Chor aus der Oper Lohengrin von Richard Wagner am Beginn des dritten Akts. In der Oper begleitet das Stück den Einzug der frisch vermählten Elsa von Brabant und Lohengrin in das Brautgemach unter dem Jubel des Volkes unmittelbar vor dem Beginn der Hochzeitsnacht, die jedoch zur unwiederbringlichen Trennung des Paares am folgenden Tag führt. (de)
  • There are many different styles of music that can be played during the entrance and ceremony. During the service there may be a few hymns, especially in liturgical settings. Music can be used to announce the arrival of the participants of the wedding (such as a bride's processional), and in many western cultures, this takes the form of a wedding march. For more than a century, the Bridal Chorus from Wagner's Lohengrin (1850), often called "Here Comes The Bride", is the most popular processional, and has been traditionally played on a pipe organ or by a string quartet. Some couples may consider traditional wedding marches clichéd and choose a more modern piece of music or an alternative such as Canon in D by Johann Pachelbel. Since the televised wedding of Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer in 1981, there has been an upsurge in popularity of Jeremiah Clarke's "Prince of Denmark's March" for use as processional music; the piece was formerly (and incorrectly) attributed to Henry Purcell as Trumpet Voluntary. At the end of the service, in Western services, the bride and groom march back up the aisle to a lively recessional tune, a popular one being Mendelssohn's Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream (1826). The piece achieved popularity after it was played during the wedding of Victoria, Princess Royal to Prince Frederick William of Prussia in 1858. Another popular choice is Widor's Toccata from Symphony for Organ No. 5 (1880). Weddings in other cultures have different formats. In Egypt, there is a specific rhythm called the zaffa. Traditionally, a belly dancer will lead the bride to the wedding hall, accompanied by musicians playing the elzaff, on drums and trumpets, sometimes the flaming torches. This is of unknown antiquity, and may even be from the pre-Islamic era. At Jewish weddings, the entrance of the groom is accompanied by the tune Baruch Haba. Siman Tov ("Good Tidings") meanwhile is an all-purpose celebratory song. (en)
  • La marche nuptiale est un genre musical utilisé pour accompagner l'entrée dans et/ou la sortie de l'église (ou autre lieu où se déroule la cérémonie), lors des mariages en Occident. Elle est généralement jouée à l'orgue, à moins de disposer d'un instrumentarium plus développé. Beaucoup de compositeurs, principalement des organistes, ont écrit des marches nuptiales : on peut ainsi citer celles, pour orgue, de Louis Vierne, Émile Bourdon, Alexandre Guilmant, Jean Langlais, Felix Mendelssohn, Camille Saint-Saëns. (fr)
  • 結婚行進曲(けっこんこうしんきょく)は、結婚式で演奏される行進曲。多くの場合、新郎新婦の入場または退場の時に流れる。特に統計は無いものの、下記の2曲の演奏比率は圧倒的に高い。ただ、この2人の作曲家は共にドイツのプロテスタントであり、それ以前にカトリックではオペラ・演劇など世俗行事のために作られた行進曲を結婚式に用いることを諌める教えも存在する(バチカン「典礼音楽の指針」)。しかし少なくとも日本では、信者同士の結婚でもない限り、そこまで厳密なことをいう教会は少ない。 (ja)
  • Marcha Nupcial é uma peça musical executada durante cerimônias de casamento, no momento da entrada da noiva. Comumente antecedida por toques de Clarins Triunfais que destacam a importância deste dado momento. Existem duas marchas nupciais populares que são a de Mendelssohn da peça Sonho de uma Noite de Verão de William Shakespeare e a de Wagner do coro nupcial da ópera Lohengrin. Na cultura popular estas músicas são muito associadas a ideia de casamento embora no Brasil a versão mais utilizada seja a de Felix Mendelssohn devido a uma paródia criada com a Marcha de Wagner conhecida como "Com quem será...?" retirando-a da cena dos casamentos brasileiros. O arranjo original de F. Mendelssohn foi composto no ano de 1842 no tom de dó maior. (pt)
  • Свадебный марш — музыкальная композиция (обычно марш), исполняемая во время свадебной церемонии в момент торжественного появления пары. (ru)
  • 結婚進行曲為在婚禮進行時所演奏的音樂,通常在新郎、新娘進場及要離場時演奏。 (zh)
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  • La marche nuptiale est un genre musical utilisé pour accompagner l'entrée dans et/ou la sortie de l'église (ou autre lieu où se déroule la cérémonie), lors des mariages en Occident. Elle est généralement jouée à l'orgue, à moins de disposer d'un instrumentarium plus développé. Beaucoup de compositeurs, principalement des organistes, ont écrit des marches nuptiales : on peut ainsi citer celles, pour orgue, de Louis Vierne, Émile Bourdon, Alexandre Guilmant, Jean Langlais, Felix Mendelssohn, Camille Saint-Saëns. (fr)
  • 結婚行進曲(けっこんこうしんきょく)は、結婚式で演奏される行進曲。多くの場合、新郎新婦の入場または退場の時に流れる。特に統計は無いものの、下記の2曲の演奏比率は圧倒的に高い。ただ、この2人の作曲家は共にドイツのプロテスタントであり、それ以前にカトリックではオペラ・演劇など世俗行事のために作られた行進曲を結婚式に用いることを諌める教えも存在する(バチカン「典礼音楽の指針」)。しかし少なくとも日本では、信者同士の結婚でもない限り、そこまで厳密なことをいう教会は少ない。 (ja)
  • Свадебный марш — музыкальная композиция (обычно марш), исполняемая во время свадебной церемонии в момент торжественного появления пары. (ru)
  • 結婚進行曲為在婚禮進行時所演奏的音樂,通常在新郎、新娘進場及要離場時演奏。 (zh)
  • There are many different styles of music that can be played during the entrance and ceremony. During the service there may be a few hymns, especially in liturgical settings. Music can be used to announce the arrival of the participants of the wedding (such as a bride's processional), and in many western cultures, this takes the form of a wedding march. For more than a century, the Bridal Chorus from Wagner's Lohengrin (1850), often called "Here Comes The Bride", is the most popular processional, and has been traditionally played on a pipe organ or by a string quartet. (en)
  • Als Hochzeitsmarsch bezeichnet man in der Regel zwei Kompositionen von Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy beziehungsweise Richard Wagner, die sich zur Begleitung von Trauungszeremonien großer Beliebtheit erfreuen: (de)
  • Marcha Nupcial é uma peça musical executada durante cerimônias de casamento, no momento da entrada da noiva. Comumente antecedida por toques de Clarins Triunfais que destacam a importância deste dado momento. O arranjo original de F. Mendelssohn foi composto no ano de 1842 no tom de dó maior. (pt)
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  • Wedding music (en)
  • Hochzeitsmarsch (de)
  • Marcha nupcial (desambiguación) (es)
  • Marche nuptiale (fr)
  • 結婚行進曲 (ja)
  • Marcha nupcial (pt)
  • Свадебный марш (ru)
  • 結婚進行曲 (zh)
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