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“Trumpet Voluntary” is a general term given to may English keyboard tunes from the Baroque era. The “Prince Of Denmark March” was written by Jeremiah Clarke -but often attributed to Henry Purcell – was made very popular in 1981 when used as the procession of Princess Diana in her wedding with Prince Charles. The composition is a slower, stately march with a clear melody in the first part which is restated in a different key, then breaks into quicker bridge before coming back to the main theme. Nicely structured for a Wedding processional because it made up of short sections. See a the Crystal Strings Quartet play "Trumpet Voluntary".
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