A march for organ suitable as entry or exit music for a bride, or as a lively general-purpose organ voluntary.

  • 2008
  • 2 minutes
  • For Ian Seddon


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What a very useful piece! Its structure and adaptability would suit any building, from a small chapel to a cathedral, but would sound great on a large organ.

Just the right introduction to a wedding if you’d like something a bit different with good tunes and atmospheric ambience.

Rodney Parker, former Director of Music, Band of the Grenadier Guards


‘March in C’ is available from UMP.


  1. 21 September 2008, at Beechen Cliff Methodist Church, Bath UK
  2. 4 January 2009, at St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland UK
  3. 19 December 2010, at St John the Baptisthurch, Harringworth Church, Northants UK
  4. 15 April 2012 at Kampong Kapor Methodist church, Singapore
  5. 22 April 2012 at Trinity Methodist Church, Serangoon Garden Way, Singapore
  6. 2 June 2012 at the wedding of Lynne and Stephen, St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
  7. 3 November 2012 at the wedding of Sophie and Ian, St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
  8. 8 June 2013 at the wedding blessing of Karoline and Richard, St  Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
  9. 9 August 2014 at the wedding of Charlotte and Simon, St Andrew’s Church, Lyddington, Rutland, UK
  10. 6 December 2015 at St. Nicholas Church, Pilton, Rutland, UK
  11. 9 April 2017 at St Peter & St Paul’s Church, Wing, Rutland UK
  12. 24 September 2017 at St John the Baptist Church, Harringworth, Northants, UK
  13. 25 August 2018 at the wedding of Claire and Ronnie, Uppingham Parish Church, Rutland, UK.
  14. 30 October 2022 at St Leonard’s Church, Beauchamp Community, Newland, Worcestershire, UK.

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