RRP £7.99 

Honouring The Service And Sacrifice Of The Fallen In Music, Poetry And Words 

Included in every album: a packet of Flanders poppy seeds, to sow in remembrance of our fallen heroes.

Cat. no.: GLMY91

Barcode: 5060088441398


Lest we forget, pause for reflection with a very special album that pays tribute to those lost during 100 years of conflict.  Through a unique combination of moving reminiscences, poignant classical music, emotive wartime poetry and actuality, stirring military marches and rousing hymns, the spirit of Remembrance is powerfully conveyed with sensitivity, respect and gratitude.

Including reminiscences, actuality and speeches from the last 100 years of conflict; from The Great War to the Afghanistan Conflict.

Full track listing:

Abide With Me The Mormon Tabernacle Choir
The Soldier John Kehoe
Nimrod from 'Enigma Variations' Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Halle Orchestra
For The Fallen John Kehoe
Adagio For Strings Leopold Stokowski conducting his Symphony Orchestra
Recruiting Speech At The Mansion House Sir Charles Wakefield
Men Of Harlech Welsh Guards Band conducted by Captain F L Statham
Be Ye Men Of Valour Winston Churchill
Crimond (The Lord's My Shepherd) The Glasgow Orpheus Choir
Their Finest Hour Winston Churchill
Two Spitfire Flypast
RAF March Past Central Band of the RAF conducted by Wing Commander A E Sims
D-Day Address To The Allied Forces Field Marshal Bernard Law Montgomery
Heart of Oak - March The Band of HM Royal Marines conduced by Major F Vivian Dunn
Faulklands War Recollection Timothy Gedge, Commanding Officer with 809 Sqdn, Fleet Air Arm
Jupiter (The Planets):' I Vow To Thee My Country' Sir Adrian Boult conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra
Gulf War Recollection Anne Selby,  British NCO serving with Women's Royal Army Corps and Royal Army Ordnance Corps in Territorial Army
Old Comrades - March Frederick Fennell conducting the Eastman Wind Ensemble
Eternal Father, Strong To Save The Norman Luboff Choir
Colonel Bogey - March Frederick Fennell conducting the Eastman Wind Ensemble
Afganistan War Recollection Jenny Matthews, British Freelance Photographer
Enigma Variations: Theme Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Halle Orchestra
Fantasia On Greensleeves Sir John Barbirolli conducting the Sinfonia of London
Recessional John Kehoe
Iraqui War Recollection Adam Leverton, serving with 307 Battery, (South Nottinghamshire Hussars), 100th (Yeomanry) Regiment Royal Artillery
The Lark Ascending (excerpt) Jean Pougnet, Violin, with the London Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Sir Adrian Boult
In Flanders Fields John Kehoe
On The Banks Of Green Willow Sir Adrian Boult conducting the London Philharmonic Orchestra
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