David Starkey's Music And Monarchy - Ep4 - Reinventions
In this final episode, Dr David Starkey's exploration of how the monarchy shaped the story of British music concludes with the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Starkey hears music written by Queen Victoria's beloved Albert, Prince Consort – played for him (by David Owen Norris) in Buckingham Palace, on a lavish golden piano the pair Victoria and Albert bought together. There are also specially recorded performances from St Paul's Cathedral Choir and Westminster Abbey, and of works by Felix Mendelssohn, Arthur Sullivan, Charles Villiers Stanford, and Ralph Vaughan Williams – as well as Hubert Parry's classic 'Jerusalem'. (Final) (From the UK) (Documentary) G CC
David Starkey's Music And Monarchy was broadcast on SBS ONE at Wednesday 7 December 2016, 15:55.
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