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The order of service for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee service of thanksgiving

The service of thanksgiving for the Queen’s 70-year reign will happen at St Paul’s Cathedral on Friday and is a key occasion in the Platinum Jubilee celebrations. 

The occasion shall be attended by most members of the Royal household, together with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, who will arrive at the cathedral from 11am. However, the Queen shall be notably absent. 

A final-minute announcement by Buckingham Palace on Thursday night time mentioned that the Queen had determined “with great reluctance” that the journey to St Paul’s and the size of the service will make it too troublesome to attend.

The Duke of York may even miss the service after contracting Covid, as will the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, who can be sick with coronavirus. He shall be changed by the Archbishop of York, the Most Rev Stephen Cottrell.

Here is the order of service in full:

Music earlier than the service 

Martin Ford, Acting Sub-Organist, performs: 
Music for the Royal Fireworks
George Frederic Handel (1685-1759)
Arr. Martin Ford (b.1986)

I Overture (Adagio – Allegro – Lentement – Allegro)
II Bourrée
III La Paix
IV La Réjouissance
V Menuets I & II

The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth (Royal Band) performs:
English Folk Suite
Ralph Vaughan Williams, OM (1872-1958)

I March: Seventeen come Sunday
II Intermezzo: My bonny boy
III March: Folk Songs from Somerset

First Suite in E flat for Military Band (Op. 28a)
Gustav Holst (1874-1934)

I Chaconne
II Intermezzo
III March

Martin Ford performs:
Pageant from Three Pieces
Francis Jackson, CBE (1917-2022)

Rhosymedre
Ralph Vaughan Williams, OM from Three Preludes Founded on Welsh Hymn Tunes

Prelude and Fugue in G (Op. 37, No 2)
Felix Mendelssohn (1809-1847)

Homage to Elgar
Martin How, MBE (b. 1931)

The congregation is requested to hitch in all texts printed in daring

At 10.30 am, stay seated as the Chapter, the Bishop of London, the Archbishop of York, the Priest Vicars and the Minor Canons depart the Dean’s Aisle and proceed down the South Aisle to the Great West Door of the Cathedral, following which the Mayor of London and the Prime Minister arrive at the Great West Door and are accompanied to their seats beneath the
Dome.

At 10.40 am, stay seated as Visiting Representatives of World Faiths depart the Dean’s Aisle and transfer to their locations beneath the Dome. At 10.40 am, The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard depart the North Steps main from the Crypt and transfer by manner of the North Nave Aisle to take up their positions at the west finish of the Cathedral.

At 10.50 am, the Lord Mayor arrives at the foot of the West Steps and is obtained at the Great West Door by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York.

From 10.55 am, Members of the Royal Family arrive at the foot of the West Steps the place they’re greeted by the Lord Mayor and performed to the Great West Door the place they’re obtained by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York earlier than being accompanied to their locations beneath the Dome.

At 11.05 am, stay seated as the Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Choir of Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal, Visiting Ecumenical Dignitaries, the College of Canons, the Serjeant of the Vestry of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal, the Sub-Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal, the Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland, the Keeper of the Closet, the Clerk of the Closet, the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Archbishop of Armagh, the Representative of the Archbishop of Wales, and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland depart the Dean’s Aisle and transfer to the west finish of the South Nave Aisle.

At 11.10 am, Her Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms depart the South Steps main from the Crypt and transfer to the South Nave Aisle to await the arrival of Her Majesty The Queen. At 11.10 a.m., Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the foot of the West Steps and are performed by the Lord Mayor to the Great West Door the place they’re obtained by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York.

At 11.15 am, Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall arrive at the foot of the West Steps and are performed by the Lord Mayor to the Great West Door the place they’re obtained by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York, while the Lord Mayor makes his method to the South Door of the Cathedral to await the arrival of Her Majesty The Queen.

Stand as the band performs Jubilee Overture by Philip Sparke (b.1950), and a procession strikes by way of the Nave in the following order:

A Virger
The Crucifer and Acolytes
The Choir of Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal
The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral
The Minor Canons
The Priest Vicars
A Virger
Visiting Ecumenical Dignitaries
A Virger
The College of Canons
The Serjeant of the Vestry of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal
The Sub-Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal
The Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland
The Keeper of the Closet
The Clerk of the Closet
The Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church The Archbishop of Armagh
The Representative of the Archbishop of Wales
The Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland
The Cross of York
The Archbishop of York
The Dean’s Virger
The Chapter
A Virger
The Chancellor of the Diocese of London
The Bishop of London
The Duchess of Cambridge
The Duchess of Cornwall
The Duke of Cambridge
The Prince of Wales

Sit as soon as these processing have taken their locations in Quire and beneath the Dome.

At 11.28 am, Her Majesty The Queen arrives and is performed into the Cathedral by the Lord Mayor bearing the Pearl Sword.

Stand as the fanfare ‘Rejoicing’ is sounded as Her Majesty The Queen arrives onto the Cathedral ground and is obtained by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York, and, with The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, and The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge a procession is shaped.

The Queen’s Procession

A Virger
The Cross of York
The Archbishop of York
The Dean’s Virger
The Chapter
A Virger
The Chancellor of the Diocese of London
The Bishop of London
The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms
The Lord Mayor bearing the Pearl Sword
The Prince of Wales 
The Queen
The Duchess of Cornwall
The Duchess of Cambridge
The Duke of Cambridge
The Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms

Order of Service 

Introit
During which The Queen’s Procession strikes by way of the Nave.

I used to be glad once they mentioned unto me,
we are going to go into the home of the Lord.
Our toes shall stand in thy gates, O Jerusalem.
Jerusalem is builded as a metropolis that may be a unity in itself:
Vivat Regina Elizabetha! Vivat! Vivat! Vivat!
O pray for the peace of Jerusalem:
they shall prosper that love thee.
Peace be inside thy partitions, and plenteousness inside thy palaces.

Words: Psalm 122. 1-3, 6-7 and Coronation Acclamation
Music: Sir C. Hubert H. Parry (1848-1918)
Arr. John Rutter, CBE (b.1945)

The Bidding 
Given by The Very Reverend Dr David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s

We come collectively on this Cathedral Church at present to supply to God our thanks and reward for the reign of Her Majesty The Queen and particularly for her seventy years of devoted and devoted service.

As we collect from communities throughout her realm and the Commonwealth of Nations, we rejoice in the numerous and diverse lives of all these whom she serves, and in the magnificence and abundance of the world during which we reside.

Inspired by phrases and music, we pray that God will proceed to bless and information Her Majesty, and that we could all obtain grace to honour life and to reside in concord with each other; and we proceed to hope for these whose lives are marred by battle, struggling and tragedy.

And aware of the name of God to look to the wants of others, we commit ourselves afresh to caring for our world and all for whom it’s house, striving at all times to hunt out and nurture that which is nice in folks and in all creation.

All these our thanksgivings, prayers and pledges we provide to God by way of the prayer that Jesus taught us: 

Our Father, who artwork in heaven,
hallowed be thy identify,
thy kingdom come,
thy shall be achieved,
on earth as it’s in heaven.
Give us today our each day bread;
and forgive us our trespasses,
as we forgive those that trespass in opposition to us;
and lead us not into temptation,
however ship us from evil.
For thine is the kingdom,
the energy, and the glory,
for ever and ever.
Amen.

Hymn
Christ is made the positive basis,
And the valuable corner-stone,
Who, the two partitions underlying,
Bound in every, binds each in a single,
Holy Sion’s assist for ever,
And her confidence alone.

To this temple, the place we name thee,
Come, O Lord of hosts, at present;
With thy wonted loving-kindness,
Hear thy folks as they pray;
And thy fullest benediction
Shed inside its partitions for ay.

Here vouchsafe to all thy servants
Gifts of grace by prayer to realize;
Here to have and maintain for ever,
Those good issues their prayers acquire,
And hereafter, in thy glory,
With thy blessèd ones to reign.

Laud and honour to the Father,
Laud and honour to the Son,
Laud and honour to the Spirit,
Ever Three and ever One,
One in love, and One in splendour,
While never-ending ages run. Amen.

Words: Latin, Seventh-century
Trans. John Mason Neale (1818-66)
Tune: Westminster Abbey 
Arr. John Rutter, CBE (b.1945)

Collect 
Led by The Right Reverend and Right Honourable Dame Sarah Mullally, DBE, Bishop of London, Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal. 

Let us pray.

Sit

Almighty God, the fountain of all goodness,
bless our Sovereign Lady, Queen Elizabeth,
and all who’re in authority beneath her;
that they might order all issues
in knowledge and fairness, righteousness and peace,
to the honour and glory of your identify
and the good of your Church and other people;
by way of Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who’s alive and reigns with you,
in the unity of the Holy Spirit,
one God, now and for ever.
Amen

The Old Testament Reading
Read by Canon Dr Paula Gooder, Chancellor, Canon in Residence

O give due to the Lord, name on his identify, make identified his deeds amongst the peoples. Sing to him, sing praises to him, inform of all his great works. Glory in his holy identify; let the hearts of those that search the Lord rejoice. Seek the Lord and his energy, search his presence regularly. Remember the great works he has achieved, his miracles, and the judgements he uttered, O offspring of his servant Israel, youngsters of Jacob, his chosen ones. He is the Lord our God; his judgements are in all the earth. Remember his covenant for ever, the phrase that he commanded for a thousand generations. Let the heavens be glad, and let the earth rejoice, and allow them to say amongst the nations, ‘The Lord is king!’ Let the sea roar, and all that fills it; let the area exult, and every thing in it. Then shall the bushes of the forest sing for pleasure earlier than the Lord, for he comes to guage the earth. O give due to the Lord, for he’s good; for his steadfast love endures for ever.

1 Chronicles 16. 8-15, 31-34

The Psalm

The earth is the Lord’s, and all that therein is:
the compass of the world, they usually that dwell therein.
For he hath based it upon the seas:
and ready it upon the floods.
Who shall ascend into the hill of the Lord:
or who shall stand up in his holy place?
Even he that hath clear fingers, and a pure coronary heart:
and that hath not carry up his thoughts unto self-importance,
nor sworn to deceive his neighbour.
He shall obtain the blessing from the Lord:
and righteousness from the God of his salvation.
This is the technology of them that search him:
even of them that search thy face, O Jacob.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be ye carry up, ye eternal doorways:
and the King of glory shall are available.
Who is the King of glory:
it’s the Lord robust and mighty, even the Lord mighty in battle.
Lift up your heads, O ye gates, and be ye carry up, ye eternal doorways:
and the King of glory shall are available.
Who is the King of glory:
even the Lord of hosts, he’s the King of glory.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost;
because it was in the starting, is now, and ever shall be:
world with out finish. Amen.

Words: Psalm 24
Chant: Sir Joseph Barnby (1838-96)

The New Testament Reading
Read by The Right Honourable Boris Johnson, MP, Prime Minister

Rejoice in the Lord at all times; once more I’ll say, Rejoice. Let your gentleness be identified to everybody. The Lord is close to. Do not fear about something, however in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made identified to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Finally, beloved, no matter is true, no matter is honourable, no matter is simply, no matter is pure, no matter is enjoyable, no matter is commendable, if there may be any excellence and if there may be something worthy of reward, take into consideration this stuff. Keep on doing the issues that you’ve realized and obtained and heard and seen in me, and the God of peace shall be with you.

Philippians 4. 4-9

Stand

Hymn

Immortal, invisible, God solely sensible,
In gentle inaccessible hid from our eyes,
Most blessèd, most superb, the Ancient of Days,
Almighty, victorious, thy nice identify we reward.

Unresting, unhasting, and silent as gentle,
Nor wanting, nor losing, thou rulest in may;
Thy justice like mountains excessive hovering above
Thy clouds that are fountains of goodness and love.

To all life thou givest – to each nice and small;
In all life thou livest, the true life of all;
We blossom and flourish as leaves on the tree,
And wither and perish – however nought changeth thee.

Great Father of glory, pure Father of gentle,
Thine angels adore thee, all veiling their sight;
All laud we might render: O assist us to see
’Tis solely the splendour of gentle hideth thee.

Words: Walter Chalmers Smith (1824-1908)
Tune: St Denio
From John Roberts’s
Caniadau y Cyssegre (Denbigh, 1839)

The Sermon
Given by The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Stephen Cottrell, Archbishop of York, Primate of England and Metropolitan

Anthem

O all ye works of the Lord, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O ye angels of the Lord, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O ye heavens, bless ye the Lord:
O ye waters that be above the firmament, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O all ye powers of the Lord,
O ye solar and moon, O ye stars of heaven, bless ye the Lord:
O ye showers and dew, O ye winds of God, bless ye the Lord:
O ye hearth and warmth, O ye winter and summer season, bless ye the Lord:
O ye dews and frosts, O ye frost and chilly,
O ye ice and snow, bless ye the Lord:
O ye nights and days, O ye gentle and darkness,
O ye lightnings and clouds, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O let the earth bless the Lord:
Yea, let it reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O ye mountains and hills,
O all ye inexperienced issues upon the earth, bless ye the Lord:
O ye wells, O ye seas and floods, bless ye the Lord:
O ye whales, and all that transfer in the waters, bless ye the Lord:
O ye fowls of the air, O all ye beasts and cattle,
O ye youngsters of males, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.
O let Israel bless the Lord: reward him and amplify him for ever.
O ye clergymen of the Lord, O ye servants of the Lord,
O ye spirits and souls of the righteous, bless ye the Lord:
O ye holy and humble males of coronary heart, bless ye the Lord:
O Ananias, Azarias, and Misael, bless ye the Lord:
reward him, and amplify him for ever.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost;
because it was in the starting, is now, and ever shall be:
world with out finish. Amen.

Words: Early Christian hymn
Music: Benedicite in G (Op. 13a)
Francis Jackson, CBE (1917-2022)

The Prayers
Led by The Reverend Robert Coupland, Sacrist; John Aylward, Royal Voluntary Service Volunteer, Platinum Champions Award Nominee; Her Excellency the Right Honourable the Baroness Scotland of Asthal, Secretary-General, Commonwealth of Nations; Samarah Rosario Dado, Cadet (First Class), City of London Sea Cadet Corps; Sir James Scott, President, Royal Forestry Society.

Let us pray. 

Remain seated or kneel.

Rejoicing in the Lord and all that he has given,
allow us to make our supplications with thanksgiving by way of Jesus Christ his Son.

God of our reward,
in love you maintain us together with your Spirit;
fill our hearts with gladness
that we could have fun your present of life and worthily amplify your holy identify.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our jubilation,
in whose service your servant Elizabeth our Queen
has persevered all through her lengthy reign;
proceed to help and encourage her
to the profit of all whom she serves.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our peace,
in Christ you draw us collectively;
as we collect at present from the Commonwealth of Nations,
unite us in goal, renew us in dedication,
and recall us to our promise to reside in fellowship.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our hearts,
in whose compassion is our positive basis;
as we thanks for the help we obtain from each other,
bless our households, associates, and all who uphold us.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our hope,
in Jesus Christ you information your folks;
as we provide our songs of reward,
strengthen our resolve to witness to your saving love.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our inspiration,
in your knowledge you could have given us a thoughts to understand you
and a coronary heart to know you;
grant to all folks of religion a will to work collectively
and encourage us to respect our variety.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our sustenance,
in your goodness you common the world;
assist us to care for your creation and to safeguard the earth,
that we and future generations could get pleasure from
the surprise of all that you’ve made.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our energy,
in whose Kingdom there isn’t any ache, nor unhappiness;
draw close to to those that are sick and struggling,
consolation these whose lives are marked by battle,
and produce to all in want your wholeness and your peace.

Lord, obtain our thanks and reward,
and listen to our prayer.

God of our prayer,
in whose presence we rejoice,
and in whose fingers we’re held safe.
Keep Elizabeth our Queen in your religion and favour,
and, as we glory in the present of her lengthy reign,
could we and all whom she serves be united in religion, hope and love,
this we ask by way of Jesus Christ, the King of Glory and Prince of Peace.
Amen.

Anthem

Happy is the one who finds Wisdom;
the one who beneficial properties understanding.

Her worth is bigger than silver;
her revenue is best than gold.
She is extra valuable than jewels;
all that you just need can not examine together with her.

Long life is in her proper hand;
in her left are riches and honour.
Her methods are the methods of pleasantness;
and all her paths are peace.

She is a tree of life to those that grasp her;
and people who maintain her quick are blessed.
By Wisdom, the Lord laid the foundations of the earth;
he established the heavens by understanding.

Words: Proverbs 3. 13-19
Music: By Wisdom
Judith Weir, CBE (b.1954)
Master of The Queen’s Music

Act of Commitment
Led by The Reverend Robert Kozak, Succentor; Young folks representing international locations for whom Her Majesty The Queen is Head of State.

Delighting in the items of life, knowledge and understanding
allow us to commit ourselves afresh to caring for our world
and all for whom it’s house.

Rejoicing in the life and reign of Elizabeth our Queen
will you hallow life in all its richness and variety?
We will.

Inspired by her dedication to her folks
will you serve these alongside whom you reside?
We will.

Rejoicing in the pleasure and happiness of this gathering
will you foster group amongst all folks?
We will.

Inspired by all that unites and strengthens us
will you’re employed for peace and justice all through our world?
We will.

Rejoicing in the magnificence of this earth
will you defend and care for the environment?
We will.

Inspired by creativity and endeavour
will you hunt down and nurture all that’s good?
We will.

Renewed and invigorated by the life we share
and by all that now we have celebrated today,
could we be devoted to all that now we have pledged and promised.

Stand

Hymn

Glorious issues of thee are spoken,
Sion, metropolis of our God;
He whose phrase can’t be damaged
Formed thee for his personal abode:
On the Rock of Ages based,
What can shake thy positive repose?
With salvation’s partitions surrounded,
Thou could’st smile in any respect thy foes.

See, the streams of residing waters,
Springing from everlasting love,
Well provide thy little children,
And all concern of need take away:
Who can faint, whereas such a river
Ever flows their thirst to assuage?
Grace, which like the Lord the giver,
Never fails from age to age.

Saviour, if of Sion’s metropolis
I by way of grace a member am,
Let the world deride or pity,
I’ll glory in thy identify.
Fading are the worldlings’ pleasures,
All their boasted pomp and present;
Solid joys and lasting treasures,
None however Sion’s youngsters know.

Words: John Newton (1725-1807), alt.
Tune: Abbot’s Leigh
Cyril Taylor (1907-91)
Final verse arr. Simon Johnson (b.1975)
Organist of St Paul’s (2008-21)

The Blessing
Given by The Bishop of London

Go forth into the world in peace;
be of good braveness;
maintain quick that which is nice;
render to nobody evil for evil;
strengthen the fainthearted; help the weak;
assist the troubled; honour everybody;
love and serve the Lord,
rejoicing in the energy of the Holy Spirit;
and the blessing of God almighty,
the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit,
be amongst you and stay with you at all times.
Amen.

The National Anthem

God save our gracious Queen,
Long reside our noble Queen,
God save The Queen!
Send her victorious,
Happy and superb,
Long to reign over us,
God save The Queen!

Music: arr. Gordon Jacob, CBE (1895-1984)

Music after the Service

William Fox, Acting Organist, performs:

March 
Sir William Walton, OM, (1902-83)
For ‘A History of the English-Speaking Peoples’ arr. Tom Winpenny (b.1983)
Sub-Organist of St Paul’s (2006-8)

The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth (Royal Band) performs:

Jupiter
Gustav Holst (1874-1934)
From The Planets (Op. 32)

Her Majesty The Queen and Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall are performed by the Chapter, the Bishop of London and the Archbishop of York in procession to the important stairs of the Cathedral, Her Majesty The Queen preceded by the Lord Mayor bearing the Pearl Sword and accompanied by the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms.

Members of the Royal Family course of to the Great West Door of the Cathedral, the place the Chapter bids them farewell.

The Mayoral Party is performed to the North West Door of the Cathedral.

The Choir of St Paul’s Cathedral, the Choir of Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal, Visiting Ecumenical Dignitaries, the College of Canons, the Serjeant of the Vestry of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal, the Sub-Dean of Her Majesty’s Chapels Royal, the Dean of the Chapel Royal in Scotland, the Keeper of the Closet, the Clerk of the Closet, the Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church, the Archbishop of Armagh, the Representative of the Archbishop of Wales, and the Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland return to the Dean’s Aisle.

The Visiting Representatives of World Faiths return to the Dean’s Aisle.

Her Majesty’s Body Guard of the Honourable Corps of Gentlemen at Arms return to the Crypt by manner of the South Nave Aisle.

The Queen’s Body Guard of the Yeomen of the Guard return to the Crypt by manner of the North Nave Aisle.

Sit

Please stay seated till invited to depart the Cathedral by a Wandsman or Steward.

Those concerned in the service

The mixed Choirs of St Paul’s Cathedral and Her Majesty’s Chapel Royal are directed by Andrew Carwood, MBE, Director of Music, St Paul’s Cathedral.

The Anthem By Wisdom has been composed by Judith Weir, CBE, Master of The Queen’s Music, to mark the Platinum Jubilee of Her Majesty The Queen and receives its first efficiency at this service.

The Organ of St Paul’s Cathedral is performed for the service by William Fox, Acting Organist and Assistant Director of Music, St Paul’s Cathedral, and earlier than the service by Martin Ford, Acting Sub-Organist, St Paul’s Cathedral.

Before and after the service the St Paul’s Cathedral Guild of Ringers ring ‘Stedman Cinques’.

The flowers have been organized by The Church of England Flower Arrangers Association.

The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Portsmouth (Royal Band) and the Brass and Percussion Ensemble of The Band of Her Majesty’s Royal Marines Collingwood are directed by Lieutenant Colonel Jason Burcham, RM Principal Director of Music, Royal Marines. 

The State Trumpeters of the Household Cavalry are led by Trumpet Major Julian Sandford.

The Band of the Coldstream Guards is directed by Major Stuart Halliday.

The Fanfare Trumpeters of The Central Band of the Royal Air Force are performed by Wing Commander PIers Morrell, OBE, Principal Director of Music, Royal Air Force.

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