IN FLANDERS FIELDS - Anthony Hutchcroft




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Published on Nov 5, 2007


Please leave a comment about this music video. In Flanders Fields poem by John McCrae; music and vocal by Anthony Hutchcroft.

"In Flanders Fields the poppies blow"

John McCrae wrote this poem on May 3, 1915 while still at the battlefront. It is the world's most famous war memorial poem and this song is meant to honor that.

"...the torch be yours to hold it high"

The song "In Flanders Fields" was created to commemorate Remembrance Day (November 11th) plus the 90th anniversary of the end of the First World War (1914-1918) and the 90th anniversary of the death of Lt. Col John McCrae (1872-1918).

"If ye break faith with us who die...we shall not sleep"

Lest we forget; I'd love to hear comments from veterans & families of veterans.

Dance choreography by Lee Kwidzinski; dance performed by the Fraser Valley Youth Dance Theatre.

© 2007 Anthony Hutchcroft (Images courtesy of greatwar.nl)


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