June 28 1914…The Assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria – A Strange Musical Interpretation. Remix of The Black Hand by The Human Genome Project featuring the trumpet of Bryan Stepneski.
Continuing our remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of the Great War, In Flanders Fields – a song by Infinitely More.
Gerald Flemming (of Infinitely More) wrote this beautiful music to the classic words of In Flanders Fields.
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Gerald Flemming – guitar, vocals, songwriter
Allison Lynn – vocals
On the 100th Anniversary of World War 1, a wonder, classic song from 1918, Steve Porter and Ida Jones performing the classic Long Boy a.k.a. The Country Gink. Splendid use of archival documentary footage creates a video both amusing and poignant. My Grandmother would sing this to my cousins and me when we were kids. Her two older brothers were in The Great War.
Original song first published in 1918. Music remastered by Mystic Hedgehog studios, copyright Donivan-Cross 2014
Continuing our 100th Anniversary of World War 1. A documentary on the United States involvement and legacy in the war.
100 hundred years ago this summer the war that would change the world began. NorthernWriter.com will be posting videos, poster and photo galleries in memory of the soldiers and civilians whose took part in it.
Continuing a series of blogs in remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of World War 1. Part 2 of the BBC Series The Great War which recounts the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife which led to the outbreak of war in the summer of 1914. Check into NorthernWriter.com for regular posts and links to videos, posters, photos and downloads.
Beginning a series of blogs in remembrance of the 100th Anniversary of World War 1. Part of the BBC Series The Great War which recounts the weeks leading up to the outbreak of war in the summer of 1914. Check into NorthernWriter.com for regular posts and links to videos, posters, photos and downloads.