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Various Artists - Her Majesty's Music: Music for the British Royal Family flac album
  • Performer: Various Artists
  • Title: Her Majesty's Music: Music for the British Royal Family
  • Genre: Classical
  • Style: Choral,Chamber Music
  • Recording date: December 20, 1993 - May 1, 1997
  • Date of release: October 29, 2002
  • MP3 size: 1379 mb
  • FLAC size 1878 mb
  • Formats MP1 DMF AHX MP4 WAV AA
  • Duration: 03:17:55

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Cover of the song's sheet music. from the album Abbey Road. The song was not listed on the original vinyl record's sleeve as the sleeves had already been printed; on reprinted sleeves, however, it is listed. Chumbawamba (with a length of 1:48, including new lyrics critical of the British Royal Family and a new bridge, in 2002). Peter Combe (with a length of 2:19).

Artists: Choir of Trinity College, University of Melbourne. Michael Leighton Jones. Queensland Symphony Orchestra. Tracks count: 2. Views: 3. Ральф Воан-Уильямс, Michael Leighton Jones, Choir of Trinity College, University of Melbourne, Siobhán Stagg, Jonathan Bradley - O Taste and See 01:40.

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Playful Christmas Party Classy Gatherings Good Times Sports. A Symphony of British Music: Music for the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

We look back on Your Majesty's 90 years in the life of our nation with deep wonder and profound gratitude. Justin Welby, Archbishop of Canterbury. It was one of three birthday gifts featured in the ceremony for the monarch, and brought laughter from the congregation. A national occasion and a family celebration for at St Paul's Cathedral this morning. Following the Service at St Paul's, The Queen hosted a lunch at Buckingham Palace for all of her Governors-General from the Commonwealth Realms. The Duke of Edinburgh, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall joined Her Majesty to greet the Governors-General to Buckingham Palace. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, and members of the Royal Family gathered with 1,800 guests at London's Guildhall for an after-service reception, where the Lord Mayor of London paid tribute to The Queen.

Kate Bush Why : Her unique voice made this delightful weirdo the most successful British female artist of all time. Essential track : Wuthering Heights. 25. Roxy Music Why : Sometimes we have to pinch ourselves to double-check that two legends like Bryan Ferry and Brian Eno were actually in the same band. Essential track : Love is the Drug. 24. Belle & Sebastian Why : Contrary to what you’ve heard in High Fidelity, these Scots are far from old sad bastard music. Essential track : The Blues Are Still Blue. Next time you find yourself enjoying the latest Smith Westerns album, say a little thank you to the man who started it all. Essential track : Bang a Gong (Get It On). 15. Pink Floyd Why : Psychedlia wouldn’t be the same without seminal works like Dark Side of the Moon and The Wall.

Her Majesty's Theatre is a West End theatre situated on Haymarket in the City of Westminster, London. The present building was designed by Charles J. Phipps and was constructed in 1897 for actor-manager Herbert Beerbohm Tree, who established the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art at the theatre. Other ballet masters created works for the ballet of Her Majesty's Theatre throughout the period of the romantic ballet, most notably Paul Taglioni (son of Filippo Taglioni), who staged ballets including Coralia, ou Le Chevalier inconstant (1847) and Electra (1849, the first production of a ballet to make use of electric lighting). The Italian composer Cesare Pugni was appointed Composer of the Ballet Music to the theatre in 1843, a position created for him by Lumley.

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
Work(s)
1 Trumpet Tune Gustav Holst Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 2:29
2 I Was Glad (Psalm 122), anthem for chorus & organ (or orchestra) Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 3:32
3 Behold, O God Our Defender for chorus Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 5:00
4 Let My Prayer Come Up Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 2:14
5 Zadok the Priest, coronation anthem No. 1 for chorus & orchestra, HWV 258 Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 4:19
6 Be Strong & of Good Courage (Confortare) William Croft Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 2:28
7 Rejoice in the Lord Always, for chorus Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 3:13
8 Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace, for chorus & organ Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 1:14
9 The Old 100th Psalm ("All people that on earth do dwell"), for chorus, unison chorus, orchestra & organ Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 3:04
Mass for soloists & chorus in G minor
10 Sanctus Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 18:29
11 O Taste and See, motet for chorus & organ (Psalm 34) Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 3:08
12 Gloria in Excelsis Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 1:01
13 Coronation Te Deum, for soloists, chorus, organ & orchestra Traditional Welsh National Opera Brass / Llandaff Cathedral Choir / Michael Smith 1:19
14 Fanfare Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 3:35
15 God Save the Queen (National Anthem of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland) Sebastian Temple Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 3:41
16 Orb and Scepter, coronation march for orchestra Choir of Westminster Abbey / London Brass 4:29

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
Cantata No. 147, "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben," BWV 147 (BC A174)
1 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring Henry Purcell 1:25
The Birds, incidental music
2 Bridal March Hubert Parry 7:48
3 Praise, My Soul, the King of Heaven Herbert Howells 4:30
4 We Wait for Thy Loving Kindness, O God, for chorus & organ 2:06
5 Psalm 67: God be merciful unto us, and bless us George Frederick Handel 5:34
6 Psalm 23 for chorus & brass, "The Lord Is My Shepherd" George Dyson 2:08
7 Blessed Be the God and Father, for chorus & organ Anonymous Composer 3:28
A Midsummer Night's Dream, incidental music, Op. 61
8 Wedding March 3:56
9 Te Deum, for trumpet, chorus & organ in C major 4:53
10 Jubilate Deo, for chorus & organ in C major Ralph Vaughan Williams 2:46
Work(s)
11 Water Music (unspec.) Air Ralph Vaughan Williams 1:47
12 Fanfare, for organ ("Royale"), Op. 18 5:32
13 Let all the World in every corner sing William Walton 9:47
14 Put thou thy trust in the lord, introit for double chorus, F. 49 2:15
15 Fanfare, for brass William Walton 8:44
16 I vow to thee, my country, for chorus & orchestra, H. 148 William Walton 6:22

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Love Divine, All Loves Excelling (Tune: Blaenwern) Johann Sebastian Bach Choir of Westminster Abbey 6:50
2 Wash Me Thoroughly from My Wickedness, for chorus & organ Choir of Westminster Abbey 4:59
3 Lord, for thy tender mercy's sake John Goss Choir of Westminster Abbey 2:59
4 Give Rest, O Christ (Kontakion of the Dead, Kiev Melody) Choir of Westminster Abbey 2:56
5 O God Our Help in Ages Past (Tune: St. Anne) Edward Bairstow Choir of Westminster Abbey 2:25
6 I Will Lift Up Mine Eyes, for chorus & brass David Grant Choir of Westminster Abbey 3:09
7 Hen wlad fy nhadau (Land of My Fathers, Welsh National Anthem) Samuel Wesley Choir of Westminster Abbey 8:30
8 Investiture Anniversary Fanfare, for brass & percussion Choir of Westminster Abbey 5:37
9 Rhapsody for a Prince Benjamin Britten Choir of Westminster Abbey 8:30
10 Hail the Day that Sees Him Rise (Gwyn a Gwridog, Hawddgar Iawn), hymn (Tune: "Llanfair") Benjamin Britten Choir of Westminster Abbey 2:44
11 Fanfare: Arrival George Frederick Handel Choir of Westminster Abbey 4:05
12 God Bless the Prince of Wales Francis Jackson Choir of Westminster Abbey 1:47
13 Set me as a seal upon thine heart, for chorus Choir of Westminster Abbey 1:47
14 Make me a Channel of Your Peace Choir of Westminster Abbey 3:40
15 Abide with me (Tune: Eventide) Gordon Jacob Choir of Westminster Abbey 1:41

Credits:

Jason Alexander - Production Assistant
Lance Andrews - Engineer, Executive Producer
Anonymous Composer - Composer
Simon de Baat - Treble
Johann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Edward Bairstow - Composer
Martin Baker - Organ
Martin Bakker - Organ
Baron - Photography
Cecil Beaton - Photography
Justin Beckett - Treble
Mark Bennett - Soloist, Trumpet
Nicholas Bestwick - Graphic Design
Simon Birchall - Bass
Francis Brett - Bass
Oliver Brignall - Treble
Harvey Brink - Treble
Benjamin Britten - Composer
Mark Brown - Executive Producer
Owen Bubbers - Treble
Choir of Westminster Abbey - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
Aforji Chujor - Treble
Roger Cleverdon - Bass, Bass (Vocal)
Humphrey Clucas - Tenor (Vocal)
Rupert Compston - Treble
William Croft - Composer
Andrew Crowley - Soloist, Trumpet
Nicholas Dan - Oboe
Nicholas Daniel - Oboe
Simon de Baat - Soloist, Treble
Timothy Dickinson - Treble
George Dyson - Composer
Jason Edwards - Production Assistant
English Chamber Orchestra - Orchestra
Chris Ford - Treble
C. Furr - Photography
Simon Gay - Alto
Andrew Giles - Alto (Vocals)
John Goss - Composer
David Grant - Composer
George Frederick Handel - Composer
Michael Hoeg - Organ, Piano
Robert Hollingworth - Producer
Gustav Holst - Composer
Anthony Howell - Engineer
Herbert Howells - Composer
Francis Jackson - Composer
Gordon Jacob - Arranger, Composer
Alan Johnson - Treble
Graham Kemp - Treble
Jack Knight - Treble
Michael Lees - Alto
Llandaff Cathedral Choir - Choir/Chorus, Primary Artist
London Brass - Brass Ensemble, Ensemble, Primary Artist
Michael Martin - Treble
James Murray - Liner Notes
Martin Neary - Arranger, Conductor, Descant, Director, Liner Notes
Johnny New - Tenor (Vocal)
Leigh Nixon - Soloist, Tenor (Vocal)
Tom Osborne - Treble
Christopher Palmer - Arranger
Hubert Parry - Composer
Paul Pinchbeck - Executive Producer
Charles Pott - Bass
Henry Purcell - Composer
Tom Raskin - Tenor (Vocal)
Charles Richardson - Treble
Iain Simcock - Organ
Mike Skeet - Engineer
Michael Smith - Primary Artist
Thomas Sneddon - Treble
Sebastian Temple - Composer
Christopher Tipping - Alto (Vocals)
Traditional - Composer
Benjamin Turner - Treble
Ralph Vaughan Williams - Arranger, Composer
Lawrence Wallington - Bass, Bass (Vocal), Soloist
William Walton - Composer
Paul Warburton - Producer
Robert Watson - Tenor (Vocal)
Welsh National Opera Brass - Primary Artist
Samuel Wesley - Composer
Rodney Williams - Bass, Soloist
Christian Wilson - Soloist, Treble
Theodore Wood - Photography
David Wright - Digital Editing, Engineer, Mastering
David Wright - Digital Editing, Engineer, Mastering
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