Mariage d'amour

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Mariage d'amour
by Paul de Senneville
EnglishMarriage of Love
KeyG minor
PeriodContemporary music
Composed1979 (1979)
Duration2:41[1] [Richard Clayderman's version]
4:23 [George Davidson's version]
PerformersRichard Clayderman

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.[2] Later, pianist George Davidson performed this piece of music from his album "My Heart Will Go On" with a slightly different version.[3] This version is sometimes erroneously attributed to Frédéric Chopin as "Spring Waltz" because of an upload on YouTube with the wrong title, which had reached over 103 million views.[4][5] 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.[6]


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.


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  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2013-05-02. Retrieved 2016-09-14.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
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  4. ^ Internet Archive recorded 34 million views:
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  6. ^ The link to the copy reaching over 100 million views:

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