Clay Aiken – The Wedding of the Decade!

The big day is here. Kate Middleton will marry her Prince today and an estimated 2 billion people from around the world will watch, while 1900 invited guests will be in the church.

It is being called the wedding of the year, but it is so much more than that. It is the wedding of the decade!

As a musician, I am interested in the music that will be a part of the wedding.  The following information about the music was found on William and Kate.com:

Prince William and Kate Middleton have chosen two choirs, one orchestra and two fanfare teams to perform at their Wedding Service.

The Choir of Westminster Abbey is made up of 20 boys from the Abbey’s residential Choir School and 12 adult singers. They perform at the Abbey throughout the year. The Chapel Royal Choir also combines ten children and six adult singers. The history of this Choir goes back to the Norman Conquest; they have performed at numerous Royal events.

The London Chamber Orchestra will comprise 39 musicians and will be conducted by Mr. Christopher Warren-Green. Also the Military will be represented: the Fanfare Team from the Central Band of the Royal Air Force and the State Trumpeters of The Household Cavalry each consist of active members of the forces.

Some details of the Ceremony are already public: The service will begin at 11:00 and will be conducted by the Dean of Westminster, the wedding ceremony will be performed by Rowan Douglas, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and the address will be given by the Bishop of London.

Following the ceremony, William and Kate will return to Buckingham Palace in a carriage procession. At the palace they will be met by the Queen, who will host a reception for all who attended the ceremony. In the evening, Prince Charles will host a private dinner for the bride and groom’s closest friends and family.

The staff of Westminster Abbey is currently busy with making sure that everything is ready for its 16th royal wedding. This includes laundering and ironing the High Altar cloth, which is more than 50 feet across.

The BBC plans to use more than 30 cameras inside Westminster Abbey to broadcast the ceremony worldwide.

The relationship between William and Catherine seems to be a true love story.  The two of them have been friends for many years and seem to be very happy.

The following montage about their journey together is beautiful.  The combination of their pictures and Clay Aiken singing, Something About Us produces a real love story. This beautiful song should be sung at many weddings!!  Thank you to LovesClaysVoice for the montage.

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Comments

  1. Lovely montage…set to beautiful music sung perfectly by Clay.
    I was up at 4am this morning to watch the wedding…Loved it. Of course,
    my ancestors were British, so it's a part of who I am.. It's so nice to see
    positive and loving things on tv today…What a lovely change.

  2. What a lovely Wedding this morning. I had a tear in my eye. I usually cry at all Weddings. Just cannot stop myself. They seem so in love…which is how it should be. I also, was so happy to see positive…and loving things on tv today. It is a very lovely change…and wish it would stay.

    Love that Montage with Clay singing SAU. It just fits William and Kate so well. Beautifully done!!

  3. The montage was so beautiful especially with Clay's voice. Too bad this video couldn't be sent to them, I'm sure they would love it.

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