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Who wrote the piece of music recognised in much of the Western world as "The Wedding March"?

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Who wrote the piece of music recognised in much of the Western world as "The Wedding March"?
posted Nov 24 by Pardeep Kohli
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Mendelssohn

answer Nov 25 by Varuna Magar

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