My Daughter, Larisa playing mariage d’amore
Mehdi Parsnews Amiri
Mariage d’amour (Marriage of Love) is a piece of French solo piano music, composed by Paul de Senneville in 1979, and first performed by the pianist Richard Clayderman from his album Lettre À Ma Mère in 1979
Mariage d’amore is a French term that translates to “marriage of hearts.” It is the author’s belief that love can be found in various forms and shapes, including romantic love.
Mariage d’amore is a well-known classical piano song composed by Paul de Senneville.
The song was originally arranged for violin but it became popular when played with a piano in the 20th century.
It is mainly known for its romantic melody and simple chord progression.
The music is in G Major, with an A-flat Minor 9th chord that comes back at the end of the piece.
Mariage d’amore is one of Clayderman’s most famous pieces, he has sold more than 60 million records worldwide and has been awarded for his contribution to the classical music genre several times.
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