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The Royally Touching Details of Queen Elizabeth II’s Funeral Music


Queen Elizabeth II‘s musical tastes are being put on display as she is being laid to rest. 

During the late monarch’s state funeral on Sept. 19, a carefully crafted selection of music was played during the service at Westminster Abbey that not only channeled the Queen’s love for music but also reflected the history of the royal family. (You can watch the funeral here.)

Among the hymns sung at the funeral was “The Lord’s My Shepherd,” which was chanted at the 1947 wedding of Her Majesty…



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