The entire royal wedding ceremony has been made available on streaming services for the first time ever.
Decca Records has released the entire service from St George’s Chapel – including the music, readings, and vows – with a physical release on CD due out next week.
The recording will also be made on vinyl and includes a performance from British cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason, as well as the dramatic address from American bishop Rev Michael Curry.
Kanneh-Mason performed Sicilienne by von Paradis, Schubert’s Ave Maria, and Apres Un Reve by Faure – and was accompanied by an orchestra.
He said: “It was such an awesome moment – just really incredible to perform for Prince Harry and Meghan at their wedding. The atmosphere was amazing and I’m proud to have played a small part in the celebrations. It’s a day I will remember for the rest of my life.”
The album also includes the personal musical choices of The Duke and Duchess of Sussex – including Handel’s Eternal Source of Light Divine, John Rutter’s The Lord Bless You and Keep You and the hymn Lord Of All Hopefulness.
The Kingdom Choir’s two tracks, Ben E King’s Stand By Me and gospel tune This Little Light Of Mine, are also included in the recording, which has been produced by Grammy-nominated Anna Barry.
She said: “It is a massive responsibility with absolutely no room for error, so I will be relieved when it’s over, but very happy and honoured to be a part of this day.”
For each album, sold Decca will donate to support the charitable work of the Royal Foundation of The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry.