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Comes with a foldout color poster about the "Tunes Of Glory" (series) LP's and Cassettes. Free Audition Disc - Not For Sale. This disc is for demonstration purposes only. The quality of the Sound reproduction is not representative of the quality of the 12" LP records in the record collection. Playing instructions: Place directly on the turntable. Do not attempt to play on top of another record. Do not attempt to use auto-changer. Byfeld Music, Ridings Acorn Music, Rogers.
John Snagge Introduces Excerpts From Tunes Of Glory.
Tunes Of Glory from John Snagge () (7''). Cover, Media grading.
Tunes of Glory is a 1960 British drama film directed by Ronald Neame, based on the novel and screenplay by James Kennaway.
Sir John Mills wore his regimental kilt once more, when he portrayed a Highland Officer in a wartime . sketch on The Morecambe & Wise Show (1968). At almost no stage does the bagpipe music we hear on the soundtrack match the pipers' fingering we see. In addition, during the band practice scene the band goes from being in step with the music (first beat of the bar on the left foot) to out of step to back in step again. The film builds and builds to a finale full of Tunes of Glory and we come to an understanding about both men, as they come to understand each other.
John Snagge - New World Rallies To Old 04:16. John Snagge - The Long Night Ends 04:33. John Snagge - The Lion Has Wings 04:19. John Snagge - Britain Stands Alone 04:00. John Snagge - Men Can Sing Together 04:36. John Snagge - We Shall Remember Them 04:51. John Snagge - Tapestry Of Empire 04:42. John Snagge - Prelude To War 04:47. John Snagge - The Reckoning 04:27. John Snagge - The Wasted Years 04:42. The Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II - John Snagge. 1939-1946 : The Sounds Of Time - John Snagge.
John Snagge was born on May 8, 1904 in London, England as John Derrick Mordaunt Snagge. He was an actor, known for Trinity House (1942), A Hundred Years Undergound (1963) and Punk Can Take It (1979). He died on March 25, 1996 in Buckinghamshire, England. Character: Himself, Radio Announcer. Two Thousand Women 1944.
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