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Album: God Save The Queen (National Anthem) - Single

Artist: Sarah Brightman, Alfie Boe & H.M. Queen Elizabeth II

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 2

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company

Tracklist For God Save The Queen (National Anthem) - Single By Artist Sarah Brightman, Alfie Boe & H.M. Queen Elizabeth II

Title Artist Time
1
God Save The Queen (National A Sarah Brightman, Alfie Boe, The NHS Voices of Care Choir, The London Opera Voices, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Sally Herbert 2:50 USD Album Only
2
The Oath - God Save The Queen H.M. Queen Elizabeth II, Coronation Choir, Massed trumpeters from the Royal Military School of Music, Kneller Hall, John Snagge, Dr. William McKie, Lt-Col Meredith Roberts MB, Dr. Osborne Harold Peasgood & Dr. Geoffrey Fisher, Archbishop of Canterbury 2:01 USD Album Only

Reviews For God Save The Queen (National Anthem) - Single By Artist Sarah Brightman, Alfie Boe & H.M. Queen Elizabeth II

  • Gorgeous!

    5
    By Delawaremamma
    Beautiful tribute!!
  • Gleeful

    5
    By Evans E.
    This is a wonderful rendition to a truly gracious Queen. Thank you. This was a pleasure to listen to.
  • A Perfect choice to honor Her Majesty!

    5
    By OfficialSahand
    Thrilled that Sarah Brightman was chosen for this honor, especially as she had performed for the queen and her family on many occasions.

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