London (CNN)Britain's King Charles III has enlisted the help of acclaimed British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber to write the flagship anthem for his upcoming coronation.
Charles's coronation will take place on May 6 at Westminster Abbey in London, and will see Camilla, Queen Consort crowned alongside her husband.
The King has personally selected the musical program for the service, which will see "a range of musical styles and performers blend tradition, heritage and ceremony with new musical voices of today," according to Buckingham Palace.
Twelve new pieces of music have been prepared for the occasion -- including six orchestral works, five choral pieces and one organ commission -- by several world-renowned composers whose styles include classical, sacred, film, television and musical theater.
Famed composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, whose hit musicals "Cats" and "Phantom of the Opera" have been performed around the world, said he was "incredibly honoured" to be involved.
"My anthem includes words slightly adapted from Psalm 98. I have scored it for the Westminster Abbey choir and organ, the ceremonial brass and orchestra," Lloyd Webber said. "I hope my anthem reflects this joyful occasion."
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