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The coronation was held more than one year later because of the tradition of allowing an appropriate length of time to pass after a monarch dies before holding such festivals. It also gave the planning committees adequate time to make preparations for John Snagge And Howard Marshall - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Record 2 ceremony.

Celebrations took place across the Commonwealth realms and a commemorative medal was issued. It was the first British coronation to be fully televised; television cameras had not been allowed inside the abbey during her father's coronation in Elizabeth's was the fourth and last British coronation of the 20th century.

The one-day ceremony took 14 months of preparation: the The Prisoner - Iron Maiden - The Number Of The Beast meeting of the Coronation Commission was in April[3] under the chairmanship of the Queen's husband, Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Many physical preparations and decorations along the route were the responsibility of David EcclesMinister of Works. The committees involved high commissioners from other Commonwealth realms, reflecting the international nature of the coronation; however, officials from other Commonwealth realms declined invitations to participate in the event because the governments of those countries considered the ceremony to be a religious rite unique to Britain.

Laurent said at the time: "In my view the Coronation is the official enthronement of the Sovereign as Sovereign of the UK. We are happy to attend and witness the Coronation of the Sovereign of the UK but we are not direct participants in that function. Norman Hartnell was commissioned by the Queen to design the outfits for all members of the royal family, including Elizabeth's coronation gown.

His design for the gown evolved through nine proposals, and the final version resulted from his own research and numerous meetings with the Queen: a white silk dress embroidered with floral emblems of the countries of the Commonwealth at the time: the Tudor rose of England, Scottish thistleWelsh leekshamrock for Northern Ireland, wattle of Australia, maple leaf of Canada, the New Zealand silver fernSouth Africa's proteatwo lotus flowers for India and Ceylon, and Pakistan's wheat, cotton and jute.

Elizabeth rehearsed for the occasion with her maids of honour. A sheet was used in place of the velvet train, and a formation of chairs stood in for the carriage. She also wore the Imperial State Crown while going about her daily business — at her desk, during tea, and while reading a newspaper — so that she could become accustomed to its feel and weight.

Elizabeth's grandmother Queen Mary had died on 24 Marchhaving stated in her will that her death should not affect the planning of the coronation, and the event went ahead as scheduled. The Coronation ceremony of Elizabeth II followed a similar pattern to the coronations of the kings and queens before her, being held in Westminster Abbey, and involving the peerage and clergy.

However, for the new Queen, several parts of the ceremony were markedly different. Millions across Britain watched the coronation live on the BBC Television Serviceand many purchased or rented television sets for Gamele - Various - Promo Studeni 2014 event.

The coronation of the Queen was the first to be televised in full; the BBC's cameras had not been allowed inside Westminster Abbey for her father's coronation inand had covered only the procession outside.

Elizabeth's coronation was also the first major world event to be broadcast internationally on television. In all, three such flights were made as the coronation proceeded, with the first and second Canberras taking the second and third batches of film to Montreal respectively. US networks NBC and CBS made André Kostelanetz And His Orchestra - Oklahoma - Selection (Shellac) arrangements to have films flown in relays back to the United States for same-day broadcast, but used slower propeller-driven aircraft.

The struggling ABC network arranged to re-transmit the CBC broadcast taking the on-the-air signal from the CBC's Toronto station and feeding the network from ABC's affiliate in Buffalo, New Yorkas a result, beat the other two networks to air by more than 90 minutes at considerably lower cost.

Although it did not as yet have full-time television service, film was also dispatched to Australia aboard a Qantas airliner, which arrived in Sydney in a record time of 53 hours 28 minutes.

Along a route lined with sailors, soldiers, and airmen and women My Egyptian Lover (Ben Macklin Remix) - Space Cowboy Ft. Nadia Oh - My Egyptian Lover across the British Empire and Commonwealth, [n 2] [26] guests and officials passed in a procession before about three million spectators gathered in the streets of Londonsome having camped overnight in their spot to ensure a view of the monarch, and others having access to specially built stands and scaffolding along the route.

The procession included foreign royalty and heads of state riding to Westminster Abbey in various carriages, so many that volunteers ranging from wealthy businessmen to rural landowners were required to supplement the insufficient ranks of regular footmen. Attached to the shoulders of her dress, the Queen wore the Robe of State, a 6-yard 5. A further 15, lined the route.

Guests seated on stools were able to purchase their stools following the ceremony, with the profits going towards the cost of the Coronation. In the lengthy oath, the Queen swore to govern each of her countries according to their respective laws and customs, to mete out law and justice with mercy, to uphold Protestantism in the United Kingdom and protect the Church of England and preserve its bishops and clergy.

She proceeded to the altar where she stated, "The things which I have here promised, I will perform, and keep. So help me God", before kissing the Bible and putting the royal sign-manual to the oath as the Bible was returned to the Dean of Westminster. Our gracious Queen: to keep your John Snagge And Howard Marshall - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Record 2 ever mindful of the law and the Ven Que Te Llamo - Junco - Vivir De Amor of God as the Rule for the whole life and government of Christian Princes, we present you with this Book, the most valuable thing that this world affords.

Elizabeth returned the book to Pitt-Watson, who placed it back with the Dean of Westminster. The communion service was then conducted, involving prayers by both the clergy and Elizabeth, Fisher asking, "O God Grant unto this thy servant Elizabeth, our Queen, the spirit of wisdom and government, that being devoted unto thee with her whole heart, she may so wisely govern, that in her time thy Church may be in safety, and Christian devotion may continue in peace", before reading various excerpts from the First Epistle of PeterPsalms, and the Gospel of Matthew.

There, Fisher, assisted by the Dean of Westminster, made a cross on the Queen's forehead with holy oil made from the same base as had been used in the coronation of her father. From the altar, the Dean passed to the Lord Great Chamberlain the spurswhich were presented to the Queen and then placed back on the altar. The Sword of State was then handed to Elizabeth, who, after a prayer was uttered by Fisher, placed it herself on the altar, and the peer who had been previously holding it took it back again after paying a sum of shillings.

With the first two items on and in her right hand and the latter in her left, Queen Elizabeth was crowned by the Archbishop of Canterbury, with the crowd chanting "God save the queen!

The princes and peers gathered then put on their coronets and a gun salute was fired from the Tower of London. With the benediction read, Elizabeth moved to the throne and the Archbishop of Canterbury and all the Bishops offered to her their fealty, after which, while the choir sang, the peers of the United Kingdom—led by the royal peers: the Queen's husband; Prince Henry, Duke of Gloucester ; John Snagge And Howard Marshall - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Record 2 Prince Edward, Duke of Kent —each proceeded, in order of precedence, to pay their personal homage and allegiance to Elizabeth.

When the last baron had completed this Ilus (Original Mix) - Lentorek - Ilus, the assembly shouted "God John Snagge And Howard Marshall - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Record 2 Queen Elizabeth.

Long live Queen Elizabeth. May the Queen live for ever! Although many had assumed that the Master of the Queen's MusickArnold Baxwould be the director of music for the coronation, it was decided instead to appoint the organist and master of the choristers at the abbey, William McKiewho had been in charge of music at the royal wedding in McKie convened an advisory committee with Arnold Bax and Sir Ernest Bullockwho had directed the music for the previous coronation. When it came to choosing the music, tradition required that Handel's " Zadok the Priest " and Parry's " I was glad " were included amongst the anthems.

Other choral works included were the 16th century "Rejoice in the Lord alway" and Samuel Sebastian Wesley 's "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace". Another tradition was that new work be commissioned from the leading composers of the day: Ralph Vaughan Williams composed a new motet "O Taste and See", William Walton composed a setting for the " Te Deum ", and the Canadian composer Healey Willan wrote an anthem "O Lord our Governor". Benjamin Britten had agreed to compose a piece, but he caught influenza and then had to deal with flooding at Aldeburghso nothing was forthcoming.

This proved controversial and was not included in the programme until the Queen had been consulted and found to be in favour; Vaughan Williams wrote an elaborate arrangement of the traditional Scottish metrical psalm" Old th ", which included military trumpet fanfares [56] and was sung before the communion. In addition to those established choirs, the Royal School of Church Music conducted auditions to find twenty boy trebles from parish church choirs representing the various regions of the United Kingdom.

Along with twelve trebles chosen from various British cathedral choirs, the selected boys spent the month beforehand training at Addington Palace. Together with a full orchestra, conducted by Sir Adrian Boult, the total number of musicians was All across the Queen's realms, the rest of the Commonwealth, and in other parts of the world, coronation celebrations were held.

As at the coronation of George VI, acorns shed from oaks in Windsor Great Parknear Windsor Castlewere shipped around the Commonwealth and planted in parks, school grounds, cemeteries and private gardens to grow into what are known as Royal Oaks or Coronation Oaks. In London, the Queen hosted a coronation luncheon, for which the recipe coronation chicken was devised, [62] and a fireworks show was mounted on Victoria Embankment.

The Coronation Cup football tournament was held at Hampden ParkGlasgow in May, and [19] two weeks before the coronation, the children's literary magazine Collins Magazine rebranded itself as The Young Elizabethan. Military tattooshorse races, parades, and fireworks displays were mounted in Canada. The country's governor general John Snagge And Howard Marshall - The Coronation Of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II Record 2Vincent Masseyproclaimed the day a national holiday and presided over celebrations on Parliament Hill in Ottawawhere the Queen's coronation speech was broadcast and her personal royal standard flown from the Peace Tower.

A multicultural show was put on at Exhibition Place in Torontosquare dances and exhibitions took place in the Prairie provinces and in Vancouver the Chinese community performed a public lion dance. On 15 Junethe Queen attended a fleet review at Spitheadoff the coast at Portsmouth.

There were more Commonwealth naval ships present than at the coronation review, though a third of them were frigates or smaller vessels. This was followed by a fly-past of some naval aircraft.

After the Queen transferred to Vanguard for dinner, the day concluded with the Illumination of the fleet and a fireworks display. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved 29 May New Zealand Government. Retrieved 18 January Fifty Years the Queen.

Toronto: Dundurn Press. The Glasgow Herald. Retrieved 19 March The Age. Retrieved 21 March Ottawa Citizen. Retrieved 18 December National Gallery of Australia. Archived from the original on 30 May Retrieved 12 February A Hundred Years of Royal Style. Elizabeth: A Biography of Britain's Queen. London: Riverhead Trade. Royal Ceremonies of State. London: Littlehampton Book Services Ltd. GDP Then? Retrieved 5 January University College London. London: British Broadcasting Corporation.

Historic UK. Retrieved 20 December Archived from the original on 17 July Retrieved 11 August Early Television Museum. Retrieved 23 June Retrieved 17 December Retrieved 12 August


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