Physical versions of the album, featuring the entire service and all new commissions, will be available in stores globally from May 15, with a special deluxe collector’s CD and vinyl following later in the year.
It will be exclusively recorded at Westminster Abbey and released by Decca Records, with an official photograph from the day as the cover art.
The ceremony will feature a range of musical styles and performers, blending tradition, heritage and ceremony with the new musical voices of today to reflect the King’s life-long support of music and the arts.
As well as the newly commissioned pieces, the King has personally shaped and selected the musical programme for the service.
The six orchestral commissions, five choral commissions and one organ commission have been written by world-renowned British composers.
Between them, the 12 composers have more than 80 Bafta, Oscar, Grammy, Tony, Olivier, Golden Globe, Emmy, World Soundtrack Award and ASCAP awards and nominations.
A separate studio recording of Lord Lloyd-Webber’s coronation anthem will also be released on May 6, as well as the live recording from the ceremony itself.
The studio recording will feature the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the Choir of Westminster Abbey, the Fanfare Trumpeters of the Royal Air Force and the Abbey sub-organist Peter Holder, conducted by Andrew Nethsingha, organist and Master of the Choristers at Westminster Abbey.