King William's March
This piece was written by the English Baroque composer Jeremiah Clarke in honor of William or Orange, who had become King of England during the Glorious Revolution of 1688. This piece works well as a processional (for the wedding party or bride), as a recessional, or as part of the postlude.
This piece can be played on pedal harp or lever harp.
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