No wedding would be complete without the sound of a trumpet voluntary heralding the arrival of the bride, accompanied by the glorious sound of the organ. This volume draws together six pieces for use in church ceremonies, most of which will be well known to trumpeters and congregations alike. The pieces are intended to be used at various points during the service, from the processional, through musical interludes and the signing of the register, to the final recessional.

Parts included:

  • Organ
  • Trumpet (D/Bb)
  • Trumpet (Piccolo in A/C)

Pieces included (available separately):

Jeremiah Clarke (c.1673 – 1707) – Trumpet Tune

John Stanley (1712 – 1786) – Trumpet Voluntary (from Op. 6)

Jeremiah Clarke – The Prince of Denmark’s March

Marc-Antoine Charpentier (1643 – 1704) – Prelude (from Te Deum, H. 146)

Claude Debussy (1862 – 1918) – La fille aux cheveux de lin (from Préludes L. 117)

Edward Elgar (1857 – 1934) – Salut d’Amour (Op. 12)