I would like to know if anyone has any information on LT CMDR Leo F. Crowley. I am his grandaughter and an officer in the United State's Army bearing our family name. He was a reserve officer, Sea Bee, civil engineer, from Detroit, Mi. I am not sure of his unit but I am positive that he was on Normandy- Omaha Beach. I believe his unit was mixed somewhere with the 25th NCR. He was in Plymouth England before the invasion. Also, he received the Navy Maringe Corps medal for his efforts. If you have any information please contact me at [email protected] This means the world to me. Thank You
I run a professional theatre company - we use many backing tracks and often have to have custom tracks made when we can't find ready made tracks. I've just downloaded 'The Army The Navy and The Air Force' for a forthcoming World War II show and I have to say it's the highest quality track I've found - truly excellent. I'll certainly be coming back to this website in the future. Best wishes, Sian Ross
I have now listened to your music and the film of Night and Fog three times and each time I listen and watch it is more emotional than the time before. I think you capture the horrific atmosphere portrayed in the documentary brilliantly. Your music exactly matches the imagery of the film and transmits the ghastly inhumanity of the camps in WW2.
I did not think I would have the time to write a recommendation for Fred this week because I have my recital coming up on Sunday Dec 4... However I started to look at one of the videos that he put music on... and it was AMAZING... Previously I watched a war video with his music ... and it was extremely compelling.. but never in the way... The video I watched right now about aging disease (Cockayne disease) was very powerful. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOVWAODzJkY (you need to be able to speak/understand Dutch for it though) You almost don't notice the music but it's there and enhances the story. I watched Night and Fog (nuit et brouillard) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LXWlIgWEPmI a while ago and the music is extremely compelling... I cried. I recommend Fred for any projects like that! November 30, 2011
Posted By: Iris van Eck
I am the proud daughter of Brite Randall Harris who served his country proudly with the 29th Division 116th Infantry Fox F. Co. Blue & Grays. If anyone knows and remembers serving together with him I would love to hear from you. [email protected] God Bless the USA... Thank you to our Veterans isn't enough...
I am looking for information regarding the 737th Amphibious Assault Task Force information. My late Grandfather served in the last 2 campaigns headed by General Patton. Any information would be much appreciated.
I am looking for anyone from the First Army 215th Signal Corps that landed on D-Day with my step-father Russell Reininger. He is 90 yrs. old now and would love to hear from anyone left that he served with. Thank youall for your service. Lynda Tanner [email protected]
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Hoor zojuist de door jouw geschreven muziek en ik moet wederom zeggen: ik ben enorm onder de indruk!!! Prachtig geschreven, ontroerend en aangrijpend, ik kan het niet anders zeggen. Muziek die enorm raakt, van internationale klasse! Hopelijk schrijf je nog heel veel van dit soort werken.
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