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1,000 Years of Coronation Music from Westminster Abbey
Paul Guinery introduces a Golden Jubilee edition recorded last month in Westminster Abbey as part of the Jubilee conference of the Societyfor Court Studies. Including plainsongfrom the time of William I and music written forthe Coronation in 1953. Andrew Reid (organ), Choir of Westminster Abbey, St James 's Baroque Players,
London Brass, conductor James O'Donnell Parry / Was Glad
Blow Let My Prayer Come Up into Thy Presence
Bairstow Let My Prayer Come Up into Thy Presence
Handel My Heart Is Inditing; Zadok the Priest Vaughan Williams The Old Hundredth Blow God Spake Sometime in Visions Gibbons 0 Clap Your Hands Together Elgar 0 Hearken Thou
Howells 0 God Our Defender
Walton Coronation Te Deum


Introduces: Paul Guinery
Unknown: Andrew Reid
Unknown: St James
Conductor: James O'Donnell
Unknown: Vaughan Williams

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