wie heißt das lied / marsch bei j.f.kennedy beerdigung
wie heißt das Lied / Marsch der bei der Beerdigung von J.F. Kennedy beim Verlassen des Kaptiols gespielt wurde ?
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Das erste Musikstück, welches man hört, nachdem die Trauergesellschaft das Kapitol verlässt, ist "The Barren Rocks Of Aden" (beginnt ab ca. 0:52): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=14Dl4ytKpq0&feature=relmfu
Das Musikstück, welches beim verlassen der Kathedrale zu hören ist, ist der Choral "Großer Gott, wir loben Dich" (beginnt im o.g. Video ab ca. 4:23).
Es wurden viele Musikstücke gespielt (die wenigsten davon waren "Lieder"). Die Antwort auf Deine Farge findest Du wahrscheinlich in diesem Text:
Last Monday, millions watched the solemn procession of the caisson from the Capitol to the White House, from the White House to St. Matthew's Cathedral, from the cathedral to Arlington National Cemetery and as they watched, heartsick, they listened.
What music did they hear?
Every momentous event breeds legends, and already the legends about the music that ac-companied the dead march proliferate. Some are entirely wrong.
This is a verified listing of what was played and sung.
President Kennedy, I feel certain, would have wanted the record straight. He was devoted to the truth. An historian himself, he knew from personal experience that the romantic lie outruns the prosaic truth, and he knew that even in little things, there isn’t much sense in giving a false-hood a head start.
At the Capitol
**10:48 a.m.- The coffin is placed on the caisson at Capitol Plaza as the Coast Guard Academy Band played "Ruffles and Flourishes" four times, "Hail to the Chief," and the hymn, "O God of Loveliness."
11 a.m. - The cortege clears Capitol Plaza and joins military units at Constitution avenue as the funeral procession begins. Three service bands marched in the following order: the Marine Band; the Navy Band; the Air Force Band. Each organization had an approved repertory of three pieces which were played during the 35-minute march as seemed appropriate. Marine Band selec-tions were: "Our Fallen Heroes," "Holy, Holy, Holy," and "The Vanished Army"; Navy Band selections were the Beethoven "Funeral March," the R. B. Hall "Funeral March," and "Onward Christian Soldiers”; Air Force Band selections were the Chopin “Funeral March,” the hymn, “Vigor in Arduis” (Hymn to the Holy Name), and “America the Beautiful.” ** http://www.jfklibrary.org/Research/Ready-Reference/JFK-Miscellaneous-Information/Funeral-Music.aspx
Vielleicht meinst Du den Trauermarsch von Beethoven?
Der Trauermarsch aus der 5. Sinfonie von G. Mahler?