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JERUSALEM (And Did Those Feet in Ancient Times) Text: William Blake Music: C. Hubert H. Parry Born: February 27, 1848, Bournemouth, England. Died: October 7, 1918, near Littlehampton, England. Buried: Chapel of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire, St. Paul�s Cathedral, London, England. Arthur Sullivan lies nearby. The text of the poem was inspired by an apocryphal story that Jesus, while still a young man, accompanied by Joseph of Arimathea came to the English town of Glastonbury. This is linked with an idea from the Book of Revelation that describes a Second Coming in which Jesus establishes a new Jerusalem. It is sung every year by an audience of thousands at the end of the Last Night of the Proms in the Royal Albert Hall and simultaneously in the Proms in the Park venues throughout the country. It was played at the wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Dianna Spencer. "Bring me my chariot of fire" inspired the title of the film Chariots of Fire. A church congregation sings "Jerusalem" at the close of the film.
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