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On Her Majesty's Service [DVD]
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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.
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It's a breath-taking, eye opening film, directed by Ben Winston, who was also behind JLS' excellent tour movie 'Eyes Wide Open' last year, which sees Gary travel all over the Commonwealth to create a truly unique piece of music that captures all nations and all walks of life, from a junk band in Nairobi to a blind classical guitarist up in the Blue Mountains of Sydney. And yet at the heart of everyone Gary meets, something remains the same throughout; the universal language of, and passion for, music.
It comes full circle when he returns to London, and Abbey Road Studios to give 'Sing' it's truly British stamp with Gareth Malone and the Military Wives' Choir, before presenting the finished song to her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II at Windsor. Never have I felt more inspired watching this film - you can tell that Gary and Andrew had an amazing time putting this record together and to witness such an eclectic range of cultures all drawn together by music is truly awe inspiring, and you really feel that when you hear the song as well. In a year where we have many reasons to be proud to be British, this encapsulates it perfectly.
This DVD, apparently at Gary Barlow's insistence for some obscure reason, is at 60 Hertz. This means that DVD players that can cope (mine can't) and computers will not display it as well as they would had it been 50Hz.
To their merit Amazon did replace it, but with exactly the same version!
I absolutely loved this song and was moved to tears watching the dvd.
10 out of 10 BRILLIANT!
on the occasion of the Diamond Jubilee of her Coronation. Gary Barlow travelled round some of the Commonwealth
countries to include music made by various people of the Commonwealth. The song is just simply called 'Sing'
and was performed for the Queen at the concert outside Buckinhgham Palace Monday June 4th 2012.
I enjoyed the voyage he went on. Showing people and places never seen before. The expressions on the faces of the participants was a "Joy to Behold" What a joy to have "The Military Wives" and their excellent conductor Gary Malone included.
An all round excellent production.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought it for my friend who watched it with her family. They all said they loved it :)Published 11 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 20 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 21 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 on 16 Jan. 2014 by Zoe Hall