Category: Classic Rock

Coldstream Guards - Under The Double Eagle / Hands Across The Sea (Shellac)

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  2. 78rpm COLDSTREAM GUARDS under the double eagle / hands across the sea. $ $ shipping. Watch. Got one to sell? Get it in front of + million buyers. You May Also Like. Slide {current_page} of {total_pages} - You May Also Like. The Beatles 45 RPM Speed Vinyl Records.
  3. The Central Band of the Royal British Legion - Hands Across the Sea. The Regimental Band of the Coldstream Guards - The Soldiers of Our Queen from 'Patience' The Band of the Queen's Dragoon Guards - Under the Double Eagle.
  4. Hands Across The Sea - Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra, Yukinori Tezuka. Crown Imperial, A Coronation March, - Major Roger G. Swift, Regimental Band Of The Coldstream Guards. Colonel Bogey - Major Roger G. Swift, Under the Double Eagle - Josef Franz Wagner.
  5. On the morning of Christmas Day, , American "March King" John Philip Sousa wrote his most enduring masterwork, The Stars and Stripes Forever, in his New York hotel room in a couple of hours. By his own account, Sousa had been in Europe when the news reached him that his business manager had died in New York.
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  7. The Coldstream Guards is a part of the Guards Division, Foot Guards regiments of the British Army. It is the oldest regiment in the British Army in continuous active service, originating in Coldstream, Scotland, in when General George Monck founded the regiment. It is one of two regiments of the Household Division that can trace its lineage to the New Model Army, the other being the Blues and Branch: British Army.
  8. Hands Across the Sea opens with a jaunty, carefree theme, the wind sonorities light and generally in their middle and upper ranges. An equally attractive march appears midway through, its manner initially mellow and nonchalant. It gradually turns more animated and colorful, the piccolo dancing merrily above suave wind sonorities.