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Diabolus in Musica - Fanfare for the Queen

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Published on Mar 6, 2012

Fanfare, followed by the National Anthem. Ideal for events involving an appearance by Queen Victoria.
The fanfare, arranged by Mr. Jarratt-Knock, is based on one written by Thomas Harper Jr for the Thanksgiving Service at Westminster Abbey as part of Queen Victoria's Jubilee celebrations.
Thanks to Hartlebury Museum for providing the Victorian Parlour.
Note for persons thinking the Saxophone isn't Victorian - it was invented by Adolphe Sax in 1846, specifically to blend with brass instruments.

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