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9 January 2020, 14:28 | Updated: 9 January 2020, 14:35
It is a truth universally acknowledged that wedding music fails are the lifeblood of the internet. And we think we might have found one of the most evocative ones yet.
On that special day, whether you’re bride, groom or guest, you want everything to be perfect.
You've worried over outfits, dietary requirements, gift lists and transportation betwixt ceremony and reception. You've done enough. You do not want the musician to add to your worries.
You do not want this to happen:
Despite a few bum notes, he sort of gets away with it in the first few bars. (a good recovery is always applaudable. Bravo.)
But then, he comes out of the triplets section and lands on that all-important fortissimo high C… and it all goes a bit pear-shaped. Here’s a rough approximation of the notes:
Things can't always be perfect, but every heart was in the right place here. And in a happy marriage, there are many, many years for trumpet fanfares.