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Wedding Symphony Movement VII: Indigo Reimagined (Recessional)

AHH IT’S OFFICIALLY OUR ONE YEAR WEDDING ANNIVERSARY! (ok fine I posted this a few days early because we're going on a trip to celebrate!) And that brings us to the final piece of music in our wedding symphony - the recessional!

This one was also written by Aaron, but unlike the processional which was completely original, this one is sort of a bookend to the intro of movement 1, which opened with the piano melody Aaron first sent me when we met. That melody became the intro to the song Indigo, our first collab.

If you’re not deep in the lore of our old music, let me fill you in on a few things. Indigo was a very sad song. I mean, have you heard that sad piano intro from the beginning of the symphony?? I don’t know how it was supposed to be anything but a sad song 😆

But as the song goes on, it sort of gets more hopeful. The main themes of the song shift from that opening piano melody to some different ones, brighter ones - the ones you’re hearing in this movement.

I can’t think of a more perfect way to end our wedding symphony than by bringing the sad intro full circle and letting it blossom into something joyous and hopeful while still maintaining that twinge of nostalgia. Aaron really knocked this one out of the park.

If you've listened to all of the movements closely and read these posts, I hope you enjoyed them! I know I'm not a professional videographer but I enjoyed creating a visual representation of a project that I poured my whole heart into, one that I'm so grateful to have for life.

If you need me in the next few days, you'll have to wait! Aaron and I are about to go celebrate our one year wedding anniversary at the same park/campground where we got married, staying in the same cabin we stayed at the night of the wedding!

AND if you're reading this right now then my Kickstarter is ending THIS WEEK on Sunday 6/23! Now's your last chance to support the recording of my upcoming album, Violets Bloom! Click here to check it out!


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