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The royal tribute

Author: Charles, Prince of Wales; Diana, Princess of Wales
Publisher: New York : Columbia, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Anthems : Fugues : Fantasias : Hymns : Marches : Multiple forms : Oratorios : Preludes : Symphonic poems : Toccatas : Variations : No Linguistic Content
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Official BBC recording of the wedding of H.R.H. Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Disc two contains a collection of British music befitting a royal occasion.
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Genre/Form: Excerpts
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Anthems; Fantasias; Fugues; Hymns; Marches; Oratorios; Preludes; Symphonic poems; Variations; Toccatas; Other
All Authors / Contributors: Charles, Prince of Wales; Diana, Princess of Wales
OCLC Number: 8210987
Notes: The wedding service of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer; with a collection of additional music for the occasion.
Title on record one: The royal wedding.
Performer(s): Performed by: various performers.
Event notes: Record one recorded at St. Paul's Cathedral, London on July 29, 1981.
Description: 2 sound discs (102 min.) : analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo. ; 12 in.
Contents: The wedding service. Side 1. The arrival of the bride: Fanfare: (at the west door) "Royale" / Major W. Jackson (State Trumpeters ; Major Antony Richards, cond.) --
The bridal procession: Trumpet voluntary (The prince of Denmark's march) / Jeremiah Clarke ; arr. C. Dearnley & D. Willcocks (Christopher Dearnley, organ ; orch. cond. by David Willcocks) --
Hymn: Christ is made the sure foundation / tune: Westminster Abbey / Henry Purcell ; words: J.M. Neale (choirs, congregation & organ) --
Introduction (The Very Rev. Alan Webster, Dean of St. Paul's) --
The marriage service (The Most Rev. & Right Hon. Robert Runcie, Lord Archbishop of Canterbury) --
Anthem: Let the people praise Thee, O God / music: William Mathias ; text: Psalm 67 (Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Gentlemen and Children of H.M. Chapels Royal ; Christopher Dearnley, organ ; Barry Rose, cond.) --
Lesson: I Corinthians XIII (The Rt. Hon. George Thomas, Speaker of the House of Commons) --
Address (The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury) --
Anthem: I was glad / music: Sir Hubert Parry ; words: Psalm 122:1-3 & 6-7 (Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Gentlemen and Children of H.M. Chapels Royal ; Christopher Dearnley, organ ; Fanfare Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music ; Barry Rose, cond.). Side 2. Lesser litany: Versicles and responses / Christopher Dearnley (The Rev. Michael Moxon, Sacrist of St. Paul's Cathedral, officiant ; Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Gentlemen and Children of H.M. Chapels Royal ; Richard Popplewell, cond.) --
Prayers and blessing (The Rt. Rev and Rt. Hon. The Lord Coggan of Canterbury and Sissinghurst ; His Eminence Cardinal George Basil Hume, Archbishop of Westminster ; The Rt. Rev. Andrew Doig, Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland ; The Rev. Harry Williams, Community of the Resurrection, Mirfield) --
Hymn: I vow to thee my country / tune: Thaxted / Gustav Holst (from Jupiter, The Planets suite) ; words: Sir Cecil Spring-Rice (choirs, congregation & organ) --
Blessing (The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury) --
Amen [from the anthem "Great King of Gods"] / Orlando Gibbons (Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Gentlemen and Children of H.M. Chapels Royal ; Richard Popplewell, cond.) --
The national anthem / arr. David Willcocks (Bach Choir ; Choir of St. Paul's Cathedral ; Gentlemen and Children of H.M. Chapels Royal ; Christopher Dearnley, organ ; Fanfare Trumpeters of the Royal Military School of Music ; orch. cond. by Sir David Willcocks). During the signing of the register: March from Occasional oratorio / G.F. Handel (Christopher Dearnley, organ) ; Excerpts from the oratorio, Samson / G.F. Handel: Let the bright seraphim (Kiri Te Kanawa, soprano ; John Wallace, trumpet ; John Scott, organ continuo) ; Let their celestial concerts all unite (Bach Choir ; orch. cond. by Sir David Willcocks) --
The procession of the bride and bridegroom: Fanfare (from the Whispering Gallery): "Rejoicing" / Major Antony Richards (State Trumpeters ; Major Richards, cond.) ; Pomp and circumstance no. 4 [ms. 1-106] / Sir Edward Elgar ; arr. D. Willcocks (orch. cond. by Sir Colin Davis). The royal tribute. Side 3. God bless the Prince of Wales / Brinsley [i.e. Brinley] Richards ; arr. Desmond K. Walker (Band of the Welsh Guards ; Major Desmond K. Walker, cond.) --
Ar hyd y nos = All through the night / Trad. ; arr. Desmond K. Walker (Pontarddulais Male Choir ; Band of the Welsh Guards) --
Crown imperial: Coronation march / Sir William Walton (Noel Rawsthorne, organ ; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch. ; Sir Charles Groves, cond.) --
Toccata in F major / Charles Widor (Timothy Farrell, organ) --
The Dam busters / Eric Coates (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch. ; Sir Charles Groves, cond.) --
Jerusalem / [music:] Hubert Parry ; arr. Charles Hobey ; [text:] William Blake (Central Band of the Royal Air Force ; Choirs of Finchley & Barnet ; Wing Cmdr. J.L. Wallace, cond.). Side 4. Fantasia on "Greensleeves" / Ralph Vaughan Williams (Philharmonia Orch. ; George Weldon, cond.) --
"Nimrod" from Enigma variations, op. 36 / Sir Edward Elgar (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch. ; Sir Charles Groves, cond.) --
Prelude and Fugue ("The Spitfire") / Sir William Walton (Noel Rawsthorne, organ ; Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orch. ; Sir Charles Groves, cond.) --
March: Pomp and circumstance No. 1 in D (Land of hope and glory) / [music:] Sir Edward Elgar ; [words:] Arthur C. Benson (BBC Symphony Orch. ; Sir Charles Groves, cond.).
Other Titles: Royal wedding

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Official BBC recording of the wedding of H.R.H. Charles, Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer. Disc two contains a collection of British music befitting a royal occasion.

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