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Zadok the Priest Handel Help Opus Details
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Handel composed Zadok the Priest in 1727, as a coronation anthem, using texts from the King James Bible, for the coronation of George II of Great Britain.. It has been sung at all British coronation services since then. It is traditionally performed during the sovereign's anointing. The text is based on the Biblical description of the anointing of Solomon, but re-phrased, probably by Handel himself.

Zadok, the Priest and Nathan, the Prophet anointed Solomon King.
And all the people rejoic'd, and said:
God save The King, long live The King, may The King live for ever!
Amen, Hallelujah!

Category: Sacred Choir Featuring ChoirVoices Baroque Period
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