Wedding March – Mendelssohn piano

Now it’s the time for a splendorous composition by Felix Mendelssohn! “Wedding March” was composed in 1842 and has remained a relevant piece of art up to this day. This beautiful piece from XIXth century is brilliant in its simplicity so you shouldn’t have any problems learning it.

How to quickly learn classical compositions on the piano.

The song is in C major, which is a very beginner-friendly scale. I’m sure you have heard Mandelssohn’s Wedding March before, it’s just a classic! Who knows, maybe one day you will have the honor to play it on a wedding? If you want to learn more classical compositions on the piano, make sure to check out our “For Elise” and “Radetzky March” tutorials.

C C C C C C C C
C C C E E E E E
E E E G G G G G
G G G C B F# A G F
D C B C D G D E
 
C E G C E G
C B F# A G F
D C B C E
D E D C
 
C C E D B G
C C E E D B G
E E G G F E D
C# E D A C B
 
G A B C B F# A G F D
C B C D G D E
C E G C E G
C B F# A G F D
C B C E D E D C
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