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Royal Worcester - Royal Wedding Prince William and Kate Middleton Round Tray
Royal Worcester - Royal Wedding Prince William and Kate Middleton Round Tray
To celebrate the royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on April 29, 2011, Royal Worcester is please to introduce the Royal Wedding Bone China Collection. Features of the Collection: Each item is created to the highest standards:Ornamented with genuine 22 carat gold Fully hand decorated and made in Great BritainEach item is a limited edition, produced expressly for this occasion. Each item is numbered and has the Royal Family backstamp.The portrait is a specially commissioned artwork (as opposed to a photograph)Presented in a Royal Worcester gift boxItem Specifications: Celebrate this special event with a memento of your own! This round tray is slightly concave and measures 4.9 inch in diameter. It features the color portrait in the center with gold borders and ornamentation.Care and Use: Made of fine bone china with 22 carat gold decoration. Hand wash only, not dishwasher or microwave safe.The Royal Worcester company first received a Royal Warrant to produce goods for the British royal family in 1788. The company is still in service to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.Please note: We will be offering this item as long as it is available from Royal Worcester. Supplies are limited.

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Worcester in summer
Worcester in summer
There was a local riverside photo competition from Worcester News and I I decided to enter this picture. Hopefully they will like it.
Worcester Cathedral
Worcester Cathedral
Worcester Cathedral from Fort Royal Hill near The Little Sauce Factory

carpetright worcester
carpetright worcester
Worcester Ladymass
A Worcester Ladymass marks a welcome return for Oslo's Trio Mediaeval. It's their first new recording in four years (Folk Songs was recorded in February 2007), as well as the first of their discs since Stella Maris (2005) to incorporate the medieval sacred music for which their vocal sound seems so eminently suited. As England' s Daily telegraph observed, "The word `mellifluous' might almost have been coined to describe the distinctively pure, cool sound of Trio Mediaeval's three female voices. It has an alluring quality all its own, which makes everything they sing - from the earliest polyphony to newly composed pieces which, to some extent, inhabit the same sound-world - wonderfully rewarding to listen to."
On their fifth ECM New Series album, Anna Maria Friman, Linn Andrea Fuglseth and Torunn Ostrem Ossum present a reconstruction of a 13th century votive Mass to the Virgin Mary, based on manuscripts and fragments originating in an English Benedictine Abbey. As Nicky Losseff, the trio's medieval music editor, explains in the liner notes, "complex polyphonic music was important to the monks who lived at the Abbey of St Mary's, Worcester. Polyphony gave life to the otherwise `plain' song of the liturgy. At Worcester, an unusual number of single leaves and fragments have survived. Through them, we have been left more than 100 songs, in many different musical styles: polyphony to adorn the movements of the Mass; the freely-composed, intricately-interweaving voices of motets; the stricter, declamatory tones of the conductus. All in all, it testifies to a thriving musical community. "
Singing this music today is more than `interpretation', as Anna Maria Friman emphasizes: "There is a lot of guesswork and individual intuition in medieval music performances. We feel that performing this music gives us freedom to let our imagination and ideas flow, as though we are creating contemporary music." The trio lays no claim to historical "authenticity" here: "It is impossible to know what this music would have sounded like in the middle ages and therefore impossible to recreate a mediaeval vocal sound."This can be a creative bonus: "We have chosen to use the lack of original information to inform our performance in the present." In the case of the Ladymass, this has sometimes necessitated the bridging of fragments with new music. Noting that the Worcester Mass lacked a Credo and a Benedicamus Domino, the singers invited Gavin Bryars, a supporter of the group since its earliest days, to compose the appropriate settings. Bryars proposed that his pieces be inserted into the Ladymass in such a way as to "maintain the same ethos, without any sense of incongruity", despite the fact that his compositions would sound audibly different from the surrounding sections. The old and the new, literally and conceptually, intermingle in the work of this vocal ensemble.

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