Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Prince William and Kate Middleton: the music of the royal wedding

29 April 2011, Britain was preparing to celebrate a major event. That day, the whole world will be watching the English monarchy to celebrate the royal wedding between Prince William and the lovely Catherine Middleton. On this occasion and for the first time, the British label Decca Records propose marriage soon ended, output full digital music for the ceremony.

Decca Records is a division of Universal Music, the publisher also records the marriage of Charles and Diana, Prince and Princess of Wales, in 1981, and the funeral of Diana, Princess of Wales, in 1997. This new recording, original and unique addition to a prestigious line marked by milestones in the life of the Royal Family, and as such it will affect millions of homes worldwide.

The historic British label, Decca Records will make available in the entire wedding ceremony between Prince William and Kate Middleton. Just hours after the ceremony, fans gather royal marriage platforms download the largest in the world. The Official Album of the event, which will be held at Westminster Abbey 29 April 2011, will be sold from May 5 outlets in UK and the rest of the world.

Among the musicians whose participation in the ceremony has already been confirmed: The Choir of Westminster Abbey, the Choir of the Chapel Royal, the London Chamber Orchestra and Fanfare Team of the Central Band of the Royal Air Force. The choirs will be under the direction of Mr. James O'Donnell, and the London Chamber Orchestra will be led by Music Director and Principal Conductor, Christopher Warren-Green.

The physical album will contain a special booklet "Collector", with the ceremony program, sermons, wedding vows, blessings and hymns, and any music from a global event that will affect certainly the greatest number of spectators the history of television. The album will be available in digital download, CD, vinyl, and even music cassettes, connecting with consumers of all ages.

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