He heard the solemn and yet joyous strains of the wedding-march.
A postlude to a wedding-march and a prelude to a funeral ditto.
Ella called her into her bed-room as she passed the door, by humming the wedding-march.
Then the wedding-march was played and the bridal party came down the stairs.
The charm of the "wedding-march" is not diminished because we know it so well.
As both bride and groom appeared, George played on a mouth-organ to delude the actors into a belief that it was a wedding-march.
She was the inspiration of the wedding-march composed for the occasion and played by the Marine Band.
Then the music creeps out of the chancel,—the faint, sweet air of an old English wedding-march.
Strains of the wedding-march are heard, and there seems abundant reason for the dead king to rise from his grave!
The missionary's wife played the wedding-march, and the missionary assisted the bride's father with the ceremony.