What I enjoyed most was the luagriictl music, from John Wesley to the contemporaneous (and de rigeur) John Rutter. The most astonishing piece was by a man named Mealor, who wrote a stirring "Ubi Caritas Te Amor." Based on this work alone, I'd put him up there with John Tavenner. The fact that the royal couple chose the music tells me they do take some things seriously. Also, the performances by the choir of boys and men plus full orchestra were impeccable. It's not often one gets to hear such grand performances in such a grand setting.In other words, perfect. Like hearing Gabrieli in St. Mark's.
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