The Chapel Royal: Ancient & Modern

By: David Baldwin

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BW1 - A hardcover book in very good condition in very good dust jacket that is mylar protected. Dust jacket has some wrinkling, chipping and crease on the edges and corners, scattered scratches and rubbing, fading, tanning, and light shelf wear. Book lightly bowed and cocked, some bumped corners, light tanning and shelf wear. 9.5"x5.75", 469 pages. Satisfaction Guaranteed. The Chapel Royal is an establishment in the Royal Household serving the spiritual needs of the sovereign of the British royal family. Historically it was a body of priests and singers that travelled with the monarch. The term is now also applied to the chapels within royal palaces, most notably at Hampton Court and St James's Palace, and other chapels within the Commonwealth designated as such by the monarch. The Chapel Royal's role is to perform choral liturgical service. It has played a significant role in the musical life of the nation, with composers such as Tallis, Byrd and Purcell all having been members of the choir. The choir consists of Gentlemen of the Chapel Royal singing the lower parts alongside the boy choristers known as the Children of the Chapel.

Title: The Chapel Royal: Ancient & Modern

Author: David Baldwin

Categories: History,

Publisher: London, General Duckworth & Co. Ltd.: 1990

ISBN: 0715623494

ISBN 13: 9780715623497

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: ec52348

Keywords: HISTORY CHAPEL ROYAL,