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Alun Davies, businessman and former equerry to the Prince of Wales, said the Duke had performed the role of consort with diligence.
I have no doubt whatever that, married to a loving husband, the young Diana would have developed into a very satisfactory and popular consort, but once the two princes had arrived she was treated abominably by the Royal Family and finally bought off so that Charles could openly consort with his girlfriend -and more recently with the approval of his parents.
The book's contributions vary widely across centuries and genres, and feature musicians' own heartfelt observations about natural inspiration: "To play the piano is to consort with nature," observes Russell Sherman.
The gimmick here is integrating the Harp Consort with the Freiburg Baroque Orchestra, all playing on period instruments, to create a unique new vision of an old standby.