Not-baroque wedding organ pieces?
  • Suggestions welcome especially from early 20th century that aren't too cliche.
  • If you like this, send me your email address via PM and I’ll send you the score.
    Wedding March by A Valenti.
    https://youtu.be/7-bVFy8zJGg
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  • On the quieter side (maybe for the entrance of the bridesmaids):
    Andante religioso, 2nd mvt. of Sonata no. 4 by Felix Mendelssohn

    https://imslp.org/wiki/Organ_Sonata_No.4,_MWV_W_59_(Mendelssohn%2C_Felix)/

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mPdNt_PvMf04/
    Thanked by 1winglet
  • I don't know if anyone would consider this one cliche, but I've done Fanfare in D Major by Jacques Nicolas Lemmens at several weddings. It would be a wonderful recessional or postlude.
  • Here are a few:
    "Berceuse," "Lied," and "Carillon" (pieces in free style) L Vierne
    "Rhosymedre" Ralph Vaughan Williams
    "The King of Love" - St Columba - Robin Mitford
    "Dearest Jesus, At Thy Word" Paul Manz
    "Aria" Flor Peeters
    "Holsworthy Church Bells" S Wesley
    Toccatas in D and D Minor by A Reinaud
    "Toccata Fanfare in D" Michaud
    "Lord Jesus Christ be present now" Paul Manz
    "Gaudens gaudebo" (sp?) and "Prelude on an Introit" Dom Paul Benoit
    "I am black but comely" Marcel Dupre
    "Tuba Tune" A Hollins
    Except for Peeters and Manz, the rest are available at IMSLP.
    Not all are in your specified time frame, but are a bit different.
    Please excuse my spellings.
    David (Ceaar)