William and Kate will likely get their very own piece of music for their wedding, written by the queen’s composer, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies.
"I think wedding music should reflect what matters to the couple and in William and Catherine's case Scotland is very much part of their love story. It is where it began and blossomed after all," said Davies to Britain’s Telegraph newspaper.
The wedding planners have yet to officially commission Davies, and planning is still in the early stages, according to Davies' agent, Intermusica.
But the queen’s master of music is more than up to the task, if asked.
"I am still awaiting detailed instructions of what is needed but I am keeping what form my tribute will be up my sleeve,” he said to the paper. “I have an idea though and I hope it is needed for the service.”
The queen’s composer, known as the master of the queen’s music, is the musical equivalent of a poet laureate. Davies was appointed in 2004 and will remain in the post for 10 years.