Wedding Music Boutique
BRIDE'S EXIT (CHEESY ORGAN)
By: Wedding Music Boutique
Catalog ID: 401328   Duration: 1:31   Tempo: Medium   BPM: 120   Vocal: Instrumental
Genre: Classical Music | Classical | Romantic (period: 1815 - 1910)
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Traditional wedding march that's usually heard after the bridal couple has said the vows, kissed, and are ready to leave. This version features a cheesy organ as heard in the little "Elvis Chapels" in Las Vegas, NV. This is also the same organ has heard in the "Charlie Brown Christmas Special."   Keywords: Ad Advertisement Bazaar Broadcast Cable Commercial Convention Corporate DVD Film Game Greeting Card Promo Radio Ringtone Television Theater TV Video Website



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Long Description: Bride's Exit Cheesy Organ, Classical Music, Romantic Period, company music, corporate music and cheap production music

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