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The Titanic Requiem VIII. Distress (Confutatis), Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (8/15)

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100th Anniversary Commemoration: 15 April 1912 - 15 April 2012 Robin Gibb (feat. R. J. Gibb), Composer Royal Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Cliff Masterson The most famous nautical disaster in history has received many interpretations over the years. On the whole they conclude that, yes, it was very much a tragedy, officially a bad thing to have happened. Consequently, the news that Bee Gee Robin Gibb and his son R.J. were to collaborate with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (and feature vocal guest spots from Isabel Suckling and Mario Frangoulis) to create the latest artistic re-imagining of the event was at least interesting. Gibb composed The Titanic Requiem with his son, RJ, in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the tragic sinking of the ocean liner. The entire piece will be performed at the concert by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, with accompaniment from a choir and various special guests. The Titanic Requiem Album, released w/c 26 March 2012 in UK/Europe and April 3rd in the US. Buy the album: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Titanic-Requiem-Philharmonic-Orchestra-Composed/dp/B0070BG10U/ref=ntt_mus_ep_dpi_1 Robin Hugh Gibb, (22 December 1949 -- 20 May 2012) was a British singer and songwriter. He is best known as a member of the Bee Gees. Gibb wrote The Titanic Requiem with his son Robin-John, which was recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic in April 2012. _________________ PLEASE NOTE: No Copyright infringement intended. All media in this video belongs to their respective artists/record label. I do not claim to own any of this media as my own. If you are the artist/record label and for any reason are offended by me posting any of their material or want me to delete this video, please send me a message and the video will be deleted immediately within 24 hours.