‘Nearer, My God, To Thee’ – A Tribute to Wallace Hartley (1912) | Titanic | Colne


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When the Titanic finally lost its battle with the North Atlantic sea and disappeared into the abyss below the waves, it was and still is one of the worst maritime disasters to ever take place. Taking with it over 1,500 lives, it is without a doubt one of the most famous tragedies in modern day history.

The story itself is well known. Nicknamed the “unsinkable ship”, after having departed Southampton, England on the 10th April 1912, the Titanic set sail on its maiden voyage to travel to New York City.

The ship had contained a mixture of class of passenger, from millionaires and businessmen, to the lower class of society who were eager to begin a new life in America.

But just five days into the journey, disaster struck when the ships starboard side scraped alongside a giant iceberg that had already been reported floating around 400 nautical miles south off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.

The rest, as we know is history, and the story of the Titanic has been written in many books, as well as turned into movies and documentaries, with some perhaps adding mythology into the mix.

And this brings us to the story of a small group of courageous men, and one in particular, who have quite rightly become the epitome of the heroics that took place during that frightening and devastating morning on Monday, 15th April, 1912.

This is our tribute to Wallace Hartley, bandmaster for the RMS Titanic.

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Music used in this video :

♪♬ Unspoken – Myuu [No Copyright Music]
♪♬ Tender Remains – Myuu [No Copyright Music]
♪♬ Nearer, My God, To Thee – Sharon Singers of the Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute

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