Free Piano Vocal Sheet Music Download: Wedding Song for Mother and Son

Free Piano Vocal Sheet Music Download: Wedding Song for Mother and Son

I was originally commissioned to complete this wedding song for the Pray for Gray leukemia fund, which fundraised with a private auction to help a close friend's family as their young son struggles through leukemia. 


(If you would like to find out more about Gray, please click on the box to the right to go to the Pray for Gray Facebook page). 

The work is simple, beautiful, and meant to be written from the point of view of a mother to her son on his wedding day. The lyrics of the chorus repeat in a lilting waltz:

Standing here  on your wedding day
From a boy to a man, my baby
Holding your dreams and hopes so close
And your wife, closer still
As the clock ticks time away
As the clock ticks time away


The words have been changed slightly from the original version. 

I hope that you enjoy this composition. Feel free to play and perform the work, and feel free to contact me if you have any questions about its performance or commissioning your own original wedding song.




You can also download this score here: http://imslp.org/wiki/A_Wedding_Song_for_Mother_and_Son_(Young,_Sabrina_Pena)

Sabrina Pena Young is an award-winning composer and media artist whose works have been performed throughout Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas. Young is a sought-after composer and speaker on music technology and contemporary music.

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So glad you liked this work! It was originally commissioned for an auction to help a young cancer patient. The work was premiered at a wedding. So glad you enjoy!

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