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The World's Greatest Music
With news of another Royal baby, we look at what pieces from classical music history were composed to celebrate Royal babies and birthdays of old.
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It was composed to celebrate Queen Anne's birthday in 1713 rather than her actual birth, but this wonderful cantata is a present that any self-respecting (and Baroque-loving) Royal would be delighted to receive. All together now, "United nations shall combine / To distant climes their sound convey / That Anna's actions are divine / And this the most important day!" Picture: Getty
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