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The royal tribute

Label
The royal tribute
Title
The royal tribute
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Related
Cataloging source
TMN
Date time place
Record one recorded at St. Paul's Cathedral, London on July 29, 1981
Form of composition
multiple forms
Format of music
not applicable
PerformerNote
The wedding service of H.R.H. the Prince of Wales and Lady Diana Spencer; with a collection of additional music for the occasion; various performers
Label
The royal tribute
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Title on record one: The royal wedding
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
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.)
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs (102 min.)
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
7464376551
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • C2 37655
  • C 37656
  • C 37657
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm08210987
  • (OCoLC)ocn506174826
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable
Label
The royal tribute
Publication
Note
Title on record one: The royal wedding
Capture and storage technique
analog electrical storage
Carrier category
audio disc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Configuration of playback channels
stereophonic
Content category
performed music
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
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.)
Dimensions
12 in.
Dimensions
12 in. diameter
Extent
2 audio discs (102 min.)
Groove width / pitch
microgroove fine
Media category
audio
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other control number
7464376551
Other physical details
analog, 33 1/3 rpm, stereo.
Publisher number
  • C2 37655
  • C 37656
  • C 37657
Specific material designation
sound disc
Speed
33 1/3 rpm (discs)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocm08210987
  • (OCoLC)ocn506174826
Tape configuration
not applicable
Tape width
not applicable

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