Prince Consort Albert (Francis Charles Augustus Albert Emmanuel; Franz Karl August Albert Emanuel Prince of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha) was a German musician and consort of Queen Victoria. He was a vocalist, organist and piano participant his body organ virtuosity having been lauded by Mendelssohn. Albert started the artwork of structure at age 18 and brought significant amounts of new music towards the British courtroom after marrying Queen Victoria in 1840. His compositions demonstrate an acumen in a nutshell buildings and his tranquility surpassed his melodic intuitions. Albert’s “Invocazione all’armonia” appears to be his largest function as well as the “Te Deum” included chorus, orchestra and soloists.