[Milton-L] royal wedding music question

ClassicalSteve classicalsteve at comcast.net
Fri Apr 29 09:04:13 EDT 2011


I am guessing the choral piece you're referring to is Jerusalem with text by 
William Blake and later set to music by Edward Elgar, unless you're 
referring to one of the acappella hymns.
Steve W.
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>
> I watched much of the ceremony while eating my breakfast and reading the 
> paper, so may have misheard what one of the commentators said, but I seem 
> to remember his saying that a choral piece was a setting of something by 
> John Milton. I tried downloading the program to check, but had trouble 
> getting it to work.  Anyone out there able to enlighten me?
>
> C
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