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Funeral for Prince Philip | CBC News Special

CBC News special coverage of the funeral of Prince Philip at St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. The Duke of Edinburgh, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, died on April 9, at age 99. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there is no public procession and the service is limited to 30 mourners.

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Military bands pay tribute to Prince Philip - BBC News

Music was played by military bands in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle before Prince Philip’s funeral.

Pieces played included I Vow to Thee My Country, Supreme Sacrifice, Jerusalem, Isle of Beauty and Nimrod.
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Nimrod the Hunter by Edward Elgar - Prince Philip Funeral Service

‘Nimrod’ is the name given to the ninth and best-known variation in Edward Elgar‘s Enigma Variations. It is played by the band of the Grenadier Guards at Prince Philip's funeral service at Windsor Castle.
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FLOWERS of the FOREST: Bagpiper at the Funeral of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Windsor Castle

At Gordonstoun, which Philip attended as a schoolboy, a 17-year old piper also stood on the roof by the school's flag at half mast and played Flowers Of The Forest. The piper walks from the North Quire Aisle to The Dean’s Cloister. Saturday 17 April 2021

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Pipe Major Colour Sargent Peter Grant, 4th Battalion The Highlanders Royal Regiment of Scotland.

The office of Garter Principal King of Arms, part of whose announcement we hear in this video, has existed since 1415.
The current holder of the office is Thomas Woodcock.

A lament for the army of James IV, the flower of Scottish manhood, slain with their king on the field of Flodden, September 1513. The composition of this song began with a fragment of a very old ballad. Mrs Patrick Cockburn of Ormiston drew on this fragment to write a full song. Then in the mid 18th century Miss Jane Elliot, daughter of Sir Gilbert Elliot of Minto, Lord Chief Justice Clerk of Scotland, drew on Mrs Cockburn’s work to make this lyric a much finer piece of work.

Others add: the Scottish Forest was a district and Royal forest comprising Selkirkshire (alternatively known as Ettrick Forest or the Shire of the Forest), large parts of Peeblesshire and parts of Clydesdale, known for its archers. The archers of Ettrick Forest earned the epithet Flowers of the Forest at the Battle of Falkirk in 1298, and formed the bodyguard of King James IV at Flodden (September 1513), where their corpses were found surrounding their dead monarch.

Poet Jean Elliot wrote lyrics for the ancient tune sometime about 1757. Her refrain is haunting, “The Flooers of the Forest are a’ wede awa’ “. Translated from Scots dialect, it means, “The Flowers of the Forest are all wilted away.”

I Vow to Thee, My Country - Prince Philip's Funeral

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Prince Philip Last Moments Before His Death Will Make You Cry

Prince Philip has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace announces..
A statement issued by the palace just after midday spoke of the Queen's deep sorrow following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning.
The Duke of Edinburgh, the longest-serving royal consort in British history, was at the Queen's side for more than her six decades of reign.
Boris Johnson said he inspired the lives of countless young people.
It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty The Queen announces the death of her beloved husband, the Palace said.
The Royal Family join with people around the world in mourning his loss.
It is understood that the Prince of Wales travelled from his home in Gloucestershire to visit his mother at Windsor Castle on Friday afternoon.
Speaking at Downing Street, the prime minister said that the duke had earned the affection of generations here in the United Kingdom, across the Commonwealth, and around the world.
Meanwhile, Justin Welby, the Archbishop of Canterbury, said he consistently put the interests of others ahead of his own and, in so doing, provided an outstanding example of Christian service.
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In pictures: Death of Prince Philip announced
In tribute to the duke, Westminster Abbey began tolling its tenor bell once every 60 seconds at 18:00 BST. It rang out 99 times to honour each year of his life.
Earlier, the flag at Buckingham Palace was lowered to half-mast and a notice was posted on the gates to mark the duke's death.
People placed floral tributes outside the palace, while hundreds visited Windsor Castle to pay their respects.
However, the government urged the public not to gather or leave tributes at royal residences amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Royal Family has asked people to consider making a donation to a charity instead of leaving flowers in memory of the duke, and an online book of condolence has been launched on the official royal website for those who wish to send messages.

A message on the website of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's non-profit organisation Archewell paid tribute to the loving memory of the Duke of Edinburgh, saying: Thank you for your service... you will be greatly missed.
From midday on Saturday, a 41-gun salute will take place for Prince Philip in cities including London, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Belfast, as well as in Gibraltar and at sea from Royal Navy warships, the Ministry of Defence said. They will be broadcast online and on television for the public to watch from home.
The BBC's royal correspondent Nicholas Witchell said it was a moment of sadness for the country and most particularly, for the Queen losing her husband of 73 years - a bigger span of years than most of us can imagine.
He said Prince Philip had made a huge contribution to the success of the Queen's reign, describing the duke as utterly loyal in his belief in the importance of the role that the Queen was fulfilling - and in his duty to support her.
It was the importance of the solidity of that relationship, of their marriage, that was so crucial to the success of her reign, he added.


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HRH The Prince Philip's Funeral: Flowers of the Forest

Pipe Major Colour Sergeant Peter Grant played Flowers of the Forest after Prince Philip's coffin was lowered into the Royal Vault in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle.

The song is the funeral tune of the Royal Regiment of Scotland and is usually heard on Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, with the 4th Battalion’s Pipe Major tasked with playing it in the event of the Duke of Edinburgh's death.

Mr Grant, from Braemar, said Saturday’s funeral was “very fitting” as he reflected on his role in the service.

Speaking to the BBC’s Good Morning Scotland programme, he said: “It was a very emotional moment but at the same time a proud moment and probably the greatest honour of my military career.”

Canadian funeral service for Prince Philip | Special coverage

The Duke of Edinburgh, the husband of Queen Elizabeth, died on April 9, at age 99.

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Shocking Truth Behind Prince Phillip's Death That Made Queen Elizabeth Cry

LONDON — Prince Philip, the Greece-born royal who as the husband of Queen Elizabeth II was the longest-serving consort to a British sovereign, died Friday. He was 99.

“His Royal Highness passed away peacefully this morning at Windsor Castle,” the royal family announced. “Further announcements will be made in due course. The Royal Family join with people around the world in mourning his loss.”

The Duke of Edinburgh’s death came 12 days before Queen Elizabeth’s 95th birthday on April 21, two months before what would have been his 100th birthday on June 10 and on the 16th anniversary of the marriage of Prince Charles and Camilla. Under a long-standing plan known as “Operation Forth Bridge,” his death ushers in a period of national mourning.
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The royal family webpage was cloaked in black in memory of the prince, who was married to Elizabeth for nearly 74 years.

Philip had insisted that he did not want the “fuss” of a state funeral at Westminster Hall, according to The Times of London. Instead, his body is expected to lie in St. James’s Palace, where Prince Diana’s body lay before her funeral. But the Covid pandemic is expected to add complications to any mass gatherings because of social distancing.

Philip, whom the queen referred to as “my strength and stay,” was hospitalized in February after “feeling unwell,” and was treated for an infection and a preexisting heart condition, Buckingham Palace said. He was released a month later after undergoing a heart procedure.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said in a statement that “it was with great sadness” he had been informed of Philip’s death, reflecting on the duke’s “extraordinary life and work” and offering his condolences to the queen.

“Like the expert carriage driver that he was he helped to steer the royal family and the monarchy so that it remains an institution indisputably vital to the balance and happiness of our national life,” Johnson said. “We mourn today with Her Majesty The Queen, we offer our condolences to her and to all her family, and we give thanks, as a nation and a Kingdom, for the extraordinary life and work of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.”We are, LOG ON TV, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.'

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Psalm 104 - St George's Chapel Choir | Prince Philip's Funeral + SUBTITLES & FULL VIDEO (4K)

At Prince Philip's request, Psalm 104 was sung at his funeral at the Saint George's Chapel by the strongest voiced quartet, within the walls of the Windsor Castle, where the Duke of Edinburgh peacefully passed away. May he rest in peace.

THE QUARTET- Miriam Allan: Soprano, Tom Lilburn: Alto, Nicholas Madden: Tenor, Simon Whiteley: Bass

Psalm 104 – at the request of The Duke of Edinburgh, was to be set to music by William Lovelady (b. 1945), abridged and arranged for choir and organ by James Vivian (b. 1974) with the composer’s permission. Words from Psalm 104, adapted by Sam Dyer (b. 1945).

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Memorable Moments From Prince Philip's Funeral Procession at Windsor Castle

'Memorable Moments From Prince Philip's Funeral Procession at Windsor Castle'

As military bands played songs picked by the Duke himself, and a procession of Royal Family members escorted his coffin to the church, Prince Philip was laid to rest Saturday in a funeral ceremony that honoured his lifetime of service. Not only to the United Kingdom and Commonwealth, but also the crown and his wife of 73 years, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Jubilate Deo by Benjamin Britten - Prince Philip Funeral Service

Jubilate Deo is a sacred choral composition by Benjamin Britten, a setting of Psalm 100 in the English version from the Book of Common Prayer.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh's Funeral Service at Windsor Castle.

Shirley Bassey -Prince Phillip's 80th. birthday- 2001

Songs: Goldfinger, Something & Big Spender

On May 24th, 2001 a concert took place in the Royal Albert Hall in London to mark the 80th Birthday of Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, which is on June 10th. Among many other artists, Dame Shirley Bassey appeared, and performed three songs.

Shirley Bassey was introduced by former Scary Spice Girl, Mel B and opened with Goldfinger, then sang Something and then before performing Big Spender, she wished His Royal Highness a Happy Birthday and said how honoured she was to be asked to perform at tonight’s birthday celebrations.

After the evenings biggest applause Shirley led the line-up in singing Happy Birthday to Prince Philip. He walked onto the stage towards her, both arms outstretched and kissed her on the cheek as she curtseyed to him.

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The Duke of Edinburgh Laid to Rest in Touching Funeral Service Inside St George's Chapel

'The Duke of Edinburgh Laid to Rest in Touching Funeral Service Inside St George's Chapel'

Prince Philip was interred in the Royal Vault at St George's Chapel, inside the grounds of Windsor Castle, during a funeral that honoured his lifetime of service to the UK, the crown and his wife of 73 years, Queen Elizabeth II.

The Queen sat alone and apart from other members of the Royal Family during a poignant and touching service.

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The Royal family walk in Prince Philip's funeral procession at Windsor Castle

Senior members of the Royal family walked behind the Duke of Edinburgh's coffin in his funeral procession.

Prince Philip's children and grandchildren followed the Land Rover hearse on the Duke's final journey, with the Queen closing the procession behind in the state Bentley.

The coffin displayed the Duke of Edinburgh’s Royal Standard, his Royal Navy cap and sword.

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Memorial Service - HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

St. Paul's Anglican Cathedral, London, ON, Canada
April 16, 2021 11:00 am

Please join us for a Memorial Service in honour of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

Ceremonial Duty Rehearsals | HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh | British Army

Service personnel from across the country have come together for rehearsals before the funeral of The Duke of Edinburgh.

With different styles of drill to work with, The Army School of Ceremonial are ensuring they all work as one, ready for the task ahead

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