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All the music from Prince Philip’s funeral, including two pieces written at his request – Telegraph.co.uk

Many of the hymns and songs played during the procession and service were chosen by Prince Philip himself

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With the congregation barred from singing during Prince Philips funeral due to coronavirus restrictions, a four-strong, socially distanced choir performed the music inside St Georges Chapel. 
The quartet of singers  Tom Liliburn, Nick Madden and Simon Whiteley (who are lay clerks of St George’s Chapel choir) and Miriam Allan (a soprano)  all live in nearby Horseshoe Cloister, forming part of what was an intimate and community-focused affair.  
The Duke of Edinburgh is understood to have taken a…

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