"The President's Own" United States Marine Band presents The Complete Marches of John Philip Sousa, a multi-year project to record and publish scores for all of Sousa's Marches. Sousa, known as "The March King," was director of the Marine Band from 1880 to 1892. Recording directed by Col. Jason K. Fettig. http://www.marineband.marines.mil/ When played for the first time by Sousa’s Band in Philadelphia’s Academy of Music on April 21, 1899, “many feet were beating a tattoo.” The band was obliged to repeat it three times. “Hands Across the Sea” was off to a good start, and it has since remained a standard in band literature. The march was addressed to no particular nation, but to all of America’s friends abroad. It has been suggested that Sousa was inspired by an incident in the Spanish-American War, in which Captain Chichester of the British Navy came to the support of Admiral Dewey at Manila Bay. A second (and more likely) source is a line by Frere, which was printed on the front cover of the sheet music: “A sudden thought strikes me—let us swear an eternal friendship.” The line by Frere apparently appeared in a play which Sousa read. In answering questions sent to him while serving in the navy, he gave this account in the Great Lakes Recruit of March, 1918: After the Spanish war there was some feeling in Europe anent our republic regarding this war. Some of the nations...thought we were not justified while others gave us credit for the honesty of our purpose. One night I was reading an old play and I came across this line, “A sudden thought strikes me,—let us swear an eternal friendship.” That almost immediately suggested the title “Hands Across the Sea” for that composition and within a few weeks that now famous march became a living fact. Paul E. Bierley, The Works of John Philip Sousa (Westerville, Ohio: Integrity Press, 1984), 60. Used by permission. More info: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Audio-Resources/The-Complete-Marches-of-John-Philip-Sousa/ Volume 4 playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLA7no0L9zTk574ZfNqOsqjuQaP4FwwWzr
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Hands Accross The Sea by The Bands of Her Majesties Royal Marines Support the British Troops - www.facebook.com/stbtuk HM Royal Marines Bands International Support Society - www.facebook.com/pages/HM-Royal-Marines-Bands-International-Support-Society-Offi¬cial/174416735961761 *Please only add nice comments. Hate comments will be removed*
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"The President's Own" U.S. Marine Band presents "Hands Across the Sea" by John Philip Sousa, arranged by Knud Gaugaard, in a joint concert with "SMUK," the Slesvigske Musikkorps (Danish NATO band) on Tuesday, Dec. 15, 2015, in Sousa Hall at Marine Barracks Washington, D.C. Conducted by Major Michelle A. Rakers (USMB) and Peter Ettrup Larsen (SMUK). Play the whole concert: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YutlHAZGkHs&list=PLA7no0L9zTk4GtzFTcw_WnD3pmyrIjT5P&index=1 Download the program: http://www.marineband.marines.mil/Portals/175/Docs/Programs/151215.pdf
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SHIRLEY BASSEY is a Welsh singer of Nigerian and English descent whose career began in the mid-1950s. She is best known for recording the theme songs to the James Bond films Goldfinger (1964) Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and Moonraker (1979). In 2000 Bassey was made a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II for services to the performing arts. In 1977 she received the Brit Award for Best British Female Solo Artist in the previous 25 years. Bassey has been called "one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century.
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海を越えた握手（海を越える握手）／J.P.スーザ ●指揮● 高梨裕久 ●演奏● SHOBIシンフォニックバンド（管弦打楽器学科1年生） （2009.7.15SHOBI SUMMER BAND&Orchestra FESTIVAL 2009より） ※この映像は尚美ミュージックカレッジで行われたイベントを収録、編集したものです。許可無く公開することを禁止します。 - ------------------------------------------------- ▼SHOBI NET-TV チャンネル登録はこちら 随時更新中！ http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=SHOBINETTV ------------------------------------------------
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Hands Across the Sea is a military march composed in 1899 by John Philip Sousa. Sousa told interviewers that the following phrase inspired him to compose the march: "A sudden thought strikes me; let us swear eternal friendship" The march was dedicated to all of America's allied countries abroad and the Highty-Tighties, the Regimental Band of the Virginia Tech Cadet Corps. It is written in cut time and follows the standard march form (IAABBCCDCDC). It begins in the key of F major and ends in B-flat major. The third (C) section, or trio, features a memorable and lyrical melody that is repeated and layered with a piccolo obbligato and finally a low brass counter-melody. Hands Across the Sea remains as one of Sousa's more popular marches, and is still performed widely by bands.
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from 'Korea Wind Philharmony The 2nd Regular Concert' March 'Hands Across the Sea'(John P. Sousa) 2013.10.12.(Sat) 07:30pm / Palgong-Hall, Daegu Culture & Arts Center Performed by Korea Wind Philharmony Conducted by Genkichi Harada/原田 元吉(Guest Conductor) '코리아윈드필하모니 제2회 정기연주회' 中 행진곡 '바다를 넘은 우정'(존 P. 수자) 2013년 10월 12일(토) 오후7:30 / 대구문화예술회관 팔공홀 연 주 : 코리아윈드필하모니 지 휘 : 하라다 겐키치(객원지휘자) https://www.facebook.com/KoreaWindPhilharmony
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http://www.orchester-dirlos.de Hands Across the Sea | John Philip Sousa I Aufgenommen anlässlich des Jahreskonzerts am 02.12.2017 im Schlosstheater Fulda Das Orchester der Freiwilligen Feuerwehr Dirlos (Landkreis Fulda) ist ein engagiertes Laienorchester mit über 50 Musikerinnen und Musikern. Das Jugendorchester zählt zur Zeit etwa 20 Jungmusiker.
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1958 (Young Shirley Bassey recorded this Philips PB845 single, Hands Across the Sea (Side A), with Side (B) being the song, As I Love You. (Note: I indicated this song was Side (B) on the cover picture...sorry! Anyway, this 45 single, mainly due to the song, As I Love You, went to the top of the charts at #1, and it stayed there for 4 months! I personally think if Shirley had performed this song, live, it might have had a bigger splash, just as 'As I Love You' did. On a side note, many people compared Shirley to the great French singer, Edit Piaf when Shirley was starting out, and the vocal resemblence is very noticeable when you listen to Hands Across the Sea. ABOUT Shirley's early Beginnings in the Business: In 1953, Bassey signed her first professional contract, to sing in a touring variety show Memories of Jolson, a musical based on the life of Al Jolson. She next took up a professional engagement in Hot from Harlem, which ran until 1954. By this time Bassey had become disenchanted with show business, and had become pregnant at 16 with her elder daughter, Sharon—the father has not been identified so she went back to waiting tables in Cardiff. In 1955, a chance recommendation to Michael Sullivan, a booking agent, put Bassey firmly on course for her destined career. He saw talent in Bassey, and decided he would make her a star. She toured various theatres until she was seen by Jack Hylton whose interest in her put her firmly on the road to stardom. He invited her to star in Al Read's Such Is Life at the Adelphi Theatre in London's West End. During the show's run, Philips A&R and record producer Johnny Franz spotted her on television, was impressed, and offered her a recording deal. Bassey recorded her first single, entitled "Burn My Candle", and Philips released it in February 1956, when Bassey was 19. Owing to the suggestive lyrics, the BBC banned it, but it sold well nonetheless, backed with her powerful rendition of "Stormy Weather". Further singles followed, and in February 1957, Bassey had her first hit with "The Banana Boat Song", which reached No. 8 in the UK Singles Chart. During that year, she also recorded under the direction of American producer Mitch Miller in New York for the Columbia label, producing the single "If I Had a Needle and Thread" b/w "Tonight My Heart She Is Crying". She then travelled to Las Vegas to make her American stage début at El Rancho Vegas. In mid-1958, she recorded two singles that would become classics in the Bassey catalogue. "As I Love You" was released as the B-side of another ballad, "Hands Across the Sea"; it did not sell well at first, but after a chance appearance at the London Palladium things began to pick up. In January 1959"As I Love You" it reached No. 1 and stayed there for four weeks. It thus became the first number 1 single by a Welsh artist. Bassey also recorded "Kiss Me, Honey Honey, Kiss Me" at this point, and while "As I Love You" raced up the charts, so too did this record, with both songs being in the top three at the same time. A few months later, Bassey signed to EMI's Columbia label, and the second phase in her recording career had begun. LYRICS: If I could reach out With my hands across the sea I'd take you in my arms And never set you free How I'd hold you and hold you Forever more in my heart My love would be there With my hands across the sea To tell you what I feel And what you mean to me I'd then hold you and hold you And never more would we part But you're much too far For my hands to reach out For my heart to remind you of me Too long is the distance between us Too wide and too deep is the sea Now, I can't reach out With my hands across the sea But there's one thing I can do I can hope, I can pray I can wait..... For you.... Special Thanks to Pieter, Astrid and others from the Shirley Bassey blog, Tal from the Diamond Bassey website, and all those who have contributed wonderful pictures of Shirley!
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By the March King himself, John Philip Sousa! Hands across the Sea is only one of the 137 marches he wrote. Some popular pieces of his are, "The Stars and Stripes Forever", "The Washington Post", and, "The Thunderer". Hands Across the Sea was the first march by him that I played on the clarinet. Also my first score on musescore! Enjoy :D Sheet music made with MuseScore - https://musescore.com/omeganote/scores/2357976
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Calum’s debut album ‘Only Human’ feat. “You Are The Reason” & “Dancing On My Own” out now! iTunes: https://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanYD/iTunes Listen on Apple Music: https://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanYD/AppleMusic Stream/Add on Spotify: https://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanYD/Spotify Get it on Amazon (CD/MP3/Prime): https://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanYD/Amazon Get it on Google Play: https://calumscott.lnk.to/onlyhumanYD/Google-Play Watch the music video for "You Are The Reason" (Duet Version): https://calumscott.lnk.to/yatrduetvidYD "You Are The Reason" (Duet Version) with Leona Lewis available to download + stream: https://calumscott.lnk.to/yatrduetYD Lyrics: There goes my heart beating Cause you are the reason I'm losing my sleep Please come back now There goes my mind racing And you are the reason That I'm still breathing I'm hopeless now I'd climb every mountain And swim every ocean Just to be with you And fix what I've broken Oh, ‘cause I need you to see That you are the reason There goes my hands shaking Cause you are the reason My heart keeps bleeding And I need you now If I could turn back the clock I'd make sure the light defeated the dark I'd spend every hour, of every day Keeping you safe I'd climb every mountain And swim every ocean Just to be with you And fix what I've broken Oh, ‘cause I need you to see That you are the reason You are the reason Yeah, yeah... I'd climb every mountain And swim every ocean Just to be with you And fix what I've broken Oh, ‘cause I need you to see That you are the reason Follow Calum Scott - Facebook: https://calumscott.lnk.to/facebookYD Twitter: https://calumscott.lnk.to/twitterYD @CalumScott Instagram: https://calumscott.lnk.to/instagramYD @CalumScott Spotify: https://calumscott.lnk.to/spotifyYD Soundcloud: https://calumscott.lnk.to/soundcloudYD Official Site: http://www.calumscott.com Music video by Calum Scott performing You Are The Reason. (C) 2018 Capitol Records http://vevo.ly/onHJtF
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From Riverside, CA Riverside King High School Kingsmen Band & Color Guard performing their musical selection entitled Hands Across the Sea by John Philip Sousa at the 65th Annual Arcadia Festival of Bands on Saturday, November 17, 2018. Results: Class AA 95.90 - 1st place Band - Congratulations King! 92.30 - 2nd place Auxiliary 93.40 - 2nd place Open Class Military Drum Major Playlist: 2018 Arcadia Band Review - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcCFJbzcaG0iLAAfeWwabZJ1LNgTzrjLi
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John Philip Sousa's march, Hands Across the Sea, performed by the USAF Heritage of America Band, conducted by Lt. Col. Lowell E. Graham, with an animated graphical score. FAQ Q: Where can I learn more about this piece? A: Here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hands_Across_the_Sea_(march) Q: Where can I get this recording? A: Here: http://imslp.org/wiki/Hands_Across_the_Sea_(Sousa,_John_Philip) Q: What do the colors and shapes indicate: A: The instruments: percussion: white shapes underlaid brass: yellow octagon saxophones: violet rhombus clarinets: green octagon oboes: violet star flute & piccolo: blue ellipse Q: Please tell me more about the composer. A: You can read about him here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Philip_Sousa Q: I appreciate the animated graphical scores you make; how can I support your work? A: Thank you! The easiest way to support my work is by contributing via Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/musanim If you'd like to help in more specific way, consider this: http://www.musanim.com/underwriting Q: Could you please do a video of _______? A: Please see this: http://www.musanim.com/requests/
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Dame Shirley Veronica Bassey, DBE (born 8 January 1937) is a Welsh singer. She found fame in the mid-1950s and was "one of the most popular female vocalists in Britain during the last half of the 20th century". In the US, in particular, she is best known for recording the theme songs to the James Bond films Goldfinger (1964), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), and Moonraker (1979) and is the only artist to record more than one Bond theme song.
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Growing up I remember listening to Sousa marches - my father loved them. I used to play them (the LP's and 78's he had) over and over again. This is not one of Sousa's more famous marches but it has always been one of my favorites. By the way, the march is on a new CD I recently made that, unfortunately, for the time being, is only available at one of my concerts.
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http://www.facebook.com/mlkband http://www.mlkband.com From Riverside, CA Riverside King High School Kingsmen Band & Color Guard performing their musical selection entitled Hands Across the Sea by John Philip Sousa at the Placentia Band Review on Saturday, October 13, 2018. Results: Class A 94.35 - 1st place Band (by comparison, Diamond Bar took Sweepstakes with 94.50) 88.05 - 3rd place Auxiliary 86.90 - 4th place Open Class Military Drum Major Playlist - 2018 Placentia Band Review: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLcCFJbzcaG0jXLMSZ36rg6KBUZqV9s1Ti
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Alternative Rock (USA, 1984) English band. Single edit. Vinyl rip. モダーン•イングリッシュ／モダン•イングリッシュ 海を渡って
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Hands across the Sea Modern English Live in Manila HD 720p Arnold Camacho DMC Philippines Jessie Cambosa SM Arena May 3, 2013
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Hands Across the Sea was written by Lawrence Greenleaf. I needed to do a presentation on Masonic music but couldn't find this poem with lyrics to listen along to. I'm putting it out there for brother Masons who wish to add some music to their meetings, festive boards and table lodges.
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By mid 1979, The Dooleys had scored six hit singles in the UK. The latest single, "Wanted" was the biggest hit of their career and so GTO Records released a compilation containing all the singles so far. The album proved to be a success - the biggest of the group's career, peaking at No.6 in the album charts. The album contained eight tracks from their previous album and four new songs - two of which were single releases. One of the new tracks, "Stand Up Like a Man" had originally been performed by The Shadows in the heats to the Eurovision Song Contest 1975. Singles included on the album are; "Hands Across the Sea" (a re-recording), "Think I'm Gonna Fall in Love With You", "Love of My life", "Don't Take It Lyin' Down", "A Rose Has to Die", "Honey I'm Lost" and "Wanted". This was the first album by the group to feature youngest sister Helen Dooley who had joined the line-up early in the year, making the group an octet. In October 2005, a compilation CD of the group was released, containing nine of this album's 12 tracks. Since then all the tracks have been released on CD on re-issues of their original albums.
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