"Mariage d'amour" (English: 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. Later, pianist George Davidson performed this piece of music from his album My Heart Will Go On with a slightly different version.
|Song by Richard Clayderman|
|from the album Lettre à Ma Mère|
|Length||2:41 [Richard Clayderman's version]|
4:23 [George Davidson's version]
|Composer(s)||Paul de Senneville|
This version is sometimes erroneously attributed to Frédéric Chopin as "Spring Waltz" because of an upload on YouTube with the wrong title, which reached over 34 million views before being removed. As of March 2019, several new copies with that erroneous title are available on YouTube, and one of them has reached over 100 million views.
The piece was written in the key of G minor. Having a tempo of around 72 bpm, the time signature changes several times, starting in 4/4, then moving on to 5/4 and 3/4, and then back to 4/4. It has a chord progression of Gm–Cm–F–B♭–D.
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-05-02. Retrieved 2016-09-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
- Internet Archive recorded 34 million views: https://web.archive.org/web/20170216085035/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmzFDEu2RoA
- The link to the copy reaching over 100 million views: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EFJ7kDva7JE
- Richard Clayderman performing Mariage d'amour
- Mariage d'amour sheet music
- Richard Clayderman's official website
- Paul de Senneville in The Delphine Team
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