every detail of weddings being planned down to the sugar sprinkles on
the biscuits, don’t make the mistake of forgetting the music for the
ceremony. There is no obligation to go with the classic “Here Comes the
Bride”, although it’s frequently used for onscreen nuptials. Below is a
list of popular pieces of wedding ceremony music that combine a sense of
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Posted by Guest Post on Sunday, April 22, 2012,
If you want to learn to play the piano, where on earth do you start?
It's a tough question. To begin with, most of us can't afford to splash out on a grand piano, so a good place to start is to buy a good keyboard. Whether it's a second-hand one which has given its previous owner years of pleasure or a brand-spanking new one, once you've got it home the fun can begin. If you don't have the money to pay for piano lessons from a good teacher, buying some piano tuition books and piano sheet mu...
Martyn Croston is a professional jazz pianist who performs at weddings and parties throughout London and the home counties. He has performed throughout the UK, USA and Russia both as a solo pianist and with numerous ensembles