On Her Majesty’s Service follows Gary Barlow as he embarks on a mission to record a special song to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. He writes the melody with Lord Lloyd Webber, but wants performers from around the Commonwealth to play on it. Prince Charles gives Gary some suggestions before he begins an extraordinary trip, recording a vast number of musicians on their home turfs to make the unique record "Sing".
Musicians include a children’s choir in Kenya, Rastafarian drummers in Jamaica, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Australia, pan-pipers in a remote rain-forest village on the Solomon Islands and Gareth Malone's Military Wives Choir in the UK. Gary also manages to persuade Prince Harry to make his own musical contribution.
This DVD contains the full documentary as well as the music video for “Sing” and 35 minutes of unseen extra footage.
Bought it for my friend who watched it with her family. They all said they loved it :)Published 8 months ago by david
great dvd great guy loved watching it again the david becham of music a great icon for great Britain 10/10Published 18 months ago by carol
i love this DVD it overwhelming how people from all over the world can come together in a common cause. it restores your hope in humanity. the song comes out amazing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by gill street
This DVD is absolutely fanfastic and in watch it everyday non-stop. I love Gary Barlow and advise everyone else who like him to watch it tooPublished 22 months ago by Zoe Hall
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