Mendelssohn composed his "Wedding March" some time after the 16th century. When the Monk attempted to marry Missy, while disguised as Henry VIII, he anachronistically had an organ player render Mendelssohn's composition as Missy walked down the aisle. The Monk claimed credit for writing the "Wedding March", which Catherine Parr felt was a beautiful song. (AUDIO: Divorced, Beheaded, Regenerated)

The Seventh Doctor and Ethan Amberglass attended a concert at which Mendelssohn was played after Bach, which the Doctor found "a bit frivolous." (PROSE: The Algebra of Ice)

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