How King Charles III’s Coronation Honored His Late Dad Prince Philip

Webber previously explained the inspiration for his commissioned work of art, titled “Make a Joyful Noise.”

“I am incredibly honored to have been asked to compose a new anthem for The Coronation,” the Tony Award-winning composer stated in February. “My anthem includes words slightly adapted from Psalm 98. I have scored it for the Westminster Abbey choir and organ, the ceremonial brass and orchestra. I hope my anthem reflects this joyful occasion.”

The official royal harpist, Alis Huws, also performed in recognition of the Charles’ relationship with Wales. (Formerly the Prince of Wales, Charles spent a semester studying Welsh at Aberystwyth University in his youth.)

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