Westminster Abbey has resounded to music every day for over one thousand years. Singing has played a hugely important role, from the plainsong Offices sung by the monks of the tenth-century monastic foundation to the daily choral services sung by the Choir of Westminster Abbey today. Over the intervening centuries some of the most illustrious British organists, singers and composers have been closely associated with the Abbey, which continues to play a leading part in the musical and cultural life of the nation today.
Monday 24 November
- 17:00 Evensong
- Lay Vicars
- Introit: Byrd O Rex gloriae
Canticles: Soriano Magnificat primi toni
Palestrina Nunc dimittis tertii toni à 4
Anthem: Palestrina Rex pacificus magnificatus est