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Trumpet Voluntary 'Prince Of Denmark's March'
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This reminds me of that moment when you are sitting in church on a sunday morning when the sunlight comes streaming through the stained glass windows, all honey golden and bright, flooding that part of the sanctuary closest to the windows to produce a riot of colours. My mind drifts off thinking about life, the universe, and everything else inbetween. If I could chose grandiose music to encapsulate my  seemingly diaphanous frame of mind, I would always choose this song.

Graham Pearson

I wonder if any of the organists at one of the churches in Salt Lake City can play this tune but they would to be accompanied by someone on an English Horn.


Thank you, most kindly.

Can ley

Spiffing choice of words my good man

Lillibeth Heatherhill

Known as "Prins Jørgens March" in Denmark. This masterpiece became the signature tune for the BBC-broadcasts from London, to German-occupied Denmark during WWII, and became well known and loved. It still gives me goosebumps whenever I hear it. Trumpet and organ - is there any more magnificent combination of instruments? Truly music divine.


The king of instruments.

Philip Grove

Luigi Ionascu ?

Luigi Ionascu

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Sam Smith

Thats the nature of Baroque and roll

Pat Whalen

this brings tears to my eyes and it makes me smile. i walked down the aisle to this song with my beloved father almost 18 years. My dad has passed on, but my husband and I are still going strong, by the grace of God.

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