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Garb Of Old Gaul - The Regimental Band And Pipes And Drums Of The Black Watch - Scottish Splendor (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Corps of drums at a tattoo (Großer Zapfenstreich) in Germany, A Corps of Drums is a musical unit of several national armies. Drummers were originally established in European armies to act as signallers. This is the major historical distinction between a military band and a corps of drums, 'drummers' would not play their instruments to entertain or delight, but rather as a utilitarian.
  2. The British Columbia Regiment (DCO) Irish Pipes & Drums. likes · 6 talking about this. Volunteer Irish Pipe Band affiliated with The British Columbia Regiment (DCO).
  3. Feb 28,  · Royal Irish Regiment Band Bugles Pipes and Drums Royal Albert Hall Festival of Remembrance Royal Tara Dancers Irish Dancers Bugles Pipes and Drums of the R I R U D R.
  4. Sustaining what is now an American tradition: The Citadel Regimental Band and Pipes as “America’s Band” December 23, January 3, The band will represent America for the fourth time, and remains the only U.S. military college band to have received the coveted invitation.
  5. The Regimental Band, Bugles, Pipes & Drums, Category: Artist, Albums: It's a Long Way to Tipperary, Top Tracks: It's a Long Way to Tipperary, Regimental Marches Selection: Rory O'More, The Sprig of Shillelagh / St Patrick's Day, Gary Owen, Nora Creina, Barrosa / Off, Off, Said the Stranger / British Grenadiers / The Royal Canadian, Come Bac - Medley, Pipes & Drums Selection: Macedonia / O'er.
  6. Label: Janus Records - JLS • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Brass & Military, Folk, World, & Country • Regimental Band And Ceremonial Trumpeters Of The Coldstream Guards*, Pipes And Drums Of The 1st Battalion The Black Watch - Sounds Ceremonial (Vinyl) | Discogs.
  7. The Pipes and Drums The Pipes and Drums of The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards have their origin in the small pipe band that came to The Royal Scots Greys in as a result of demobilization of certain Scottish territorial armoured corps units. This was The Scots Greys’ first official pipes and drums.
  8. Twelve unidentified soldiers in a Union regimental band with cornets, saxhorns, French horn, and drums in partial uniforms / Photographed by O.B. Dunning, rooms in Hollister's Block, Front Street, Dowagiac, Mich. [Dowagiac, mich.: o.b. dunning, rooms in hollister's block, front street, between and ] Photograph.

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