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Take a look back at the amazing festival of classical music associated with the British Monarchy, used at the coronation of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on June 2 1953.
John Redford, a renowned Tudor composer who died in 1547, may or may not have written this sprightly choral piece. It's attributed to him, but recent scholarship suggests he didn't actually compose it. Nevertheless, it was performed at the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II as the Homage Anthem along with O Lord our Governour by Willan.
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