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Wedding March - Mendelssohn

By Ap0c on Jun 12, 2013 4:37 pm

One of the traditions of weddings, for whatever reason, is that the bride must not sleep at home the night before if she lives with the groom. I don't know about you guys but the night before the wedding, the last thing I want to be is alone.

My Best Man came over to hang out for a bit but the rest of the night, I found myself with my own thoughts. I decided to go mess around with Famitracker.

I grabbed the string quartet reduction of the original score to Mendelssohn's Wedding March from A Midsummer Night's Dream and began to arrange the piece for 2a03+VRC6. This is the result. It's not exactly clean or perfect but it is heartfelt, at least.

I'll freely admit I purposely cranked up ALL the sounds to the highest levels at points. The result may be jarring but the idea was to emulate the sound of a giant church organ.

I dedicate this very simple remix to my now wife and to all of you out there with a special someone in your life.

Feel free to download and distribute this as you wish.

This track was done in Famitracker v. 0.4.1 using Ricoh 2a03 + VRC6.  It was not mixed and was recorded directly from Famitracker emulation.

This submission is licensed by author under CC Attribution Noncommercial Share Alike (BY-NC-SA)

Very nice work. Great jolt-intro to the more progressive side of the arrangement as well. Congrats to you and your wife too!

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