Among them are Westminster Abbey, the Royal Swans and the Chapels Royal
Serjeant of the Vestry of Her Majesty's Chapels Royal
, Baldwin surveys examples and conditions under which leaders ask for divine assistance.
The firm has been making a variety of garments for the royal household and the chapels royal
for many years, and the official is seen as recognition of the consistent high quality of the goods and individual service that it always strive to provide.
The Queen and Prince Philip were visiting the chaplains of the Chapels Royal
to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the Hampton Court Conference.
A powerful rendition of Handel's Zadok The Priest, also used in the Queen's coronation, was sung by the cathedral choir and the choir of Her Majesty's Chapels Royal
The first event is a classical music concert at Stratford's Holy Trinity Church with the Choir of the Chapels Royal
HM Tower of London.
He will be invited to preach annually in the Chapels Royal
, including St James's Palace, Hampton Court Palace and the Tower of London.
The service will be sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey and the Choir of the Chapels Royal
, conducted by James O'Donnell.
Once the casket arrived at the Chapel Royal in St James's Palace, where it will rest until Friday, it was received by the Dean of the Chapels Royal
, Bishop of London the Rt Rev Richard Chartres, and Sub Dean William Booth.
McCullough begins, not unlike modern masque criticism, with a reconstruction of the scenic apparatus of the court sermons, particularly the structures of the several English chapels royal
, which in marked contrast to Scottish practice elevated and closeted the royal auditor.
There will be choral concerts from the Choir of the Chapels Royal
in the Tower of London and the Chamber Choir of Orthodox Sacred Music from Estonia.
Black Rod, Lieutenant General Sir Michael Willcocks, led the procession into the cavernous hall as a 13-strong joint choir from Westminster Abbey and the Chapels Royal
sang a short psalm.