The Prince of Denmark's March

Possibly the most requested bridal entry (after Wagner’s ‘Here comes the bride’, of course)
From the semi-opera The Island Princess, and often misattributed to Purcell.

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With any of the bridal entrance marches, any good organist will cut the piece to length, so that the bride is not standing for an unnecessarily long time at the front of the church.

The Prince of Denmark's March by Jeremiah Clarke (c. 1674 – 1707)

Organ arrangement (titled: "Purcell's" "Trumpet Voluntary") by Harvey Grace, published by Schott and Co., 1942.