C Major Song: Wedding March

The WEDDING MARCH is written by Felix Mendelssohn in 1842.  It is one of the exerpts from the play A Midsummer Night's Dream (William Shakespeare).  It became one of the most popular wedding music since Queen Victoria used it in her daughter's wedding in 1858.  It was originally played on the pipe organ:

Later, virtuoso pianists Franz Liszt and Vladimir Horowitz transcribed the piece into a showpiece for the piano. You can still find traces of the orginal Wedding March in their piece but many ornaments and elements are added to the piece: