The choir of Westminster Abbey cherub sings heartily at the Queen’s funeral

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Social media users have praised a fine-haired choir that was filmed singing from its heart at Westminster Abbey during the Queen’s state funeral.

To celebrate the life of Queen Elizabeth II, the choir of Westminster Abbey sings hymns and hymns as well as the national anthem.

As the queen’s coffin was carried inside the 753-year-old abbey in central London, young singers sang lines from Revelation 14:13, used at every kingdom funeral from the early 18th century, called The Sentence. is referred to as.

And while many praised the choir’s performance throughout the service, social media users were particularly impressed by one of their numbers.

During the service Psalm 42:1-7 the choir could be seen singing from their hearts, as choral music filled the abbey.

One social media user said: ‘The little red-headed choir has stolen my heart with its honesty.’

Social media users have praised the choir with stupendous hair, which has been depicted singing from their heart during the Queen's state funeral.  Pictured: Corister (center left)

Social media users have praised the choir with stupendous hair, which has been depicted singing from their heart during the Queen’s state funeral. Pictured: Corister (center left)

The choir of Westminster Abbey is famous and consists of thirty boys and 12 adults.

The choir of Westminster Abbey is famous and consists of thirty boys and 12 adults.

Another described Corrister as a “superstar” while others praised his “dramatic performance”.

The Choir at Westminster Abbey is world-renowned and consists of thirty boys and twelve professional adult singers, known as Le Vickers.

Meanwhile, the choir of Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal, which also took part in the service, can trace its history back to the fifteenth century.

Westminster Abbey’s choir sang several expressive hymns during the historic ceremony, including The Lord’s My Shepherd, I Will Not Want, sung at the Queen’s wedding to the Duke of Edinburgh in 1947.

The same hymn was included at the funeral of the Queen’s father, George VI, in 1952, but with slightly different words.

Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral took place today at Westminster Abbey, before the Queen was laid to rest with her late husband, Prince Philip, at St George’s Chapel in Windsor.

Social media users heaped praise on this talented young player this morning

Social media users heaped praise on this talented young player this morning

Members of the royal family and world leaders are among 2,000 people who attended the ceremony today, as the nation mourns the monarch’s death ahead of a committed service at Windsor Castle.

Buckingham Palace released an official image for the funeral with the order of the service, which includes all the details of selected readings, hymns and music.

“Most of the music at today’s state funeral was chosen of special significance to HM Queen Elizabeth II, and many of the choices also have a long association with Westminster Abbey,” Abbey posted on Twitter.

The service was conducted by The Very Reverend Dr David Hoyle MBE, Dean of Westminster and sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey and the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace, (Joseph McHardy, Director of Music) under the direction of James O. went. ‘Donnell, Organist and Master of the Choristers, Westminster Abbey.

The state trumpeters of the Household Cavalry were led by Trumpet Major Julian Sandford. The Home Division Band’s fanfare team was commanded by Lieutenant Colonel David Barringer MBE, Commanding Officer, Household Division Band. The organ was played by Peter Holder, Sub-Organist, Westminster Abbey.

Members of the royal family and world leaders are among 2,000 people who attended the ceremony at Westminster Abbey today as the nation mourns the death of the Queen

Members of the royal family and world leaders are among 2,000 people who attended the ceremony at Westminster Abbey today as the nation mourns the death of the Queen

Buckingham Palace issues full service order for Queen's funeral

order of service

Buckingham Palace issues full service order for Queen’s funeral

London was at full capacity with hundreds of thousands of well-wishers descending on the capital to watch the processions spread during the historic day of mourning.

The Queen’s coffin, which was walked past by thousands of mourners over the past week and carried in a procession to Westminster Abbey at 10.44 a.m. before the state funeral.

Three hymns, two anthems and newly composed songs were played on Abhay’s organ during the service that began at 11 am today.

The Queen is observing separate vigils at Westminster Hall with her children and grandchildren on Friday and Saturday respectively.

The coffin was then carried by the State Gun Carriage which has been in the care of the Royal Navy since 1901, when it was removed from active service for Queen Victoria’s funeral.

The carriage was used for the funerals of King Edward VII in 1910 and King George V in 1936, King George VI in 1952, Sir Winston Churchill in 1965 and Lord Mountbatten in 1979.

In all, around 2,000 people, including world leaders and former UK prime ministers, attended the funeral, which began at 11 a.m. after a procession from Westminster Hall.

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