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The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland - Scottish Pipe Band Favorites flac mp3
Performer:
The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland
Album:
Scottish Pipe Band Favorites
Style:
Adult Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Pipe Bands
Date of release:
January 13, 1998
Duration:
01:06:44
FLAC vers. size:
1655 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1744 mb
WMA vers. size:
1611 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ★
Votes:
420

The Royal Regiment of Scotland is the senior and only Scottish line infantry regiment of the British Army Infantry. It consists of four regular and two reserve battalions, plus an incremental company, each formerly an individual regiment (with the exception of the first battalion, which is an amalgamation of two regiments). However, each battalion maintains its former regimental pipes and drums to carry on the traditions of their antecedent regiments.

This is the first time I seen a bunch of Scottish folks and Scottish Soldiers. It is good to know that their is a Cadre in training, and keeping a strong and ready regiment, because we are all never too far from harm. Great Job and Stay Strong and Ready. The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Yesterday at 09:44 ·.

The most famous Scottish regiment's Pipes and Drums play the tunes, calls, company marches, and the Crimean Long Reville. Solo Piper - Cam' Ye By Atholl Fall In, 1st Pipe Officers - The Lads Wi' the Kilts Fall In, 2nd Pipe Officers - Gathering Of the Clans Pipes and Drums - My Home, Highland Cradle Song, Glendaruel Highlanders, Leaving Port Askaig, Happy We've Been A' Thegither Crimean Long Reveille: The Soldier's Return, Grannie Duncan, Sae Wull We Yet, Grannie Duncan, Miss Girdle /.

Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment)] 'The RHF' 2SCOTS. The Highlanders (Seaforth, Gordons and Camerons) 4SCOTS. 52nd Lowland, 6th Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 6SCOTS. All battalions in the Royal Regiment of Scotland took the name of their former individual regiments. Personnel are based at Palace Barracks in Belfast.

The Regiment was first raised in the wake of the a Jacobite rebellion (1715), when James Stuart the son of the deposed James II raised the Scottish Clans in rebellion against King William III and attempted to retake the crown his father had lost in 1688. The British government lacked the resources to keep a standing army in the Scottish Highlands to oversee the clans and ensure their loyalty. In 1881 the 42nd was merged with the 73rd (Perthshire) Regiment of Foot as part of the Childers Reforms and renamed The Black Watch (Royal Highlands). The Childers Reforms restructured the British army into a network of multi-battalion Regiments.

The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Fierce, proud and scotland's infantry. We are Scotland's Infantry Regiment forming a core part of the British Army's combat capability. The Royal Regiment of Scotland is focused on our most valuable asset, The Jock, a proven fighting soldier who personifies our cherished core values. Courage: empowered to make the right decision. Character: strong, fit and confident. 3 SCOTS, The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland. 4 SCOTS, The Highlanders, 4th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland are a mechanised infantry Battalion. 5 SCOTS, Balaklava Company, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland is a rifle company of The Royal Regiment of Scotland. 6 SCOTS, 52nd Lowland, 6th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland. 7 SCOTS, 51st Highland, 7th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Within the Corps of Army Music the Band is the repository for and authorit. As such it has a crucial responsibility to maintain and build the repertoire of Scottish music, to keep alive the folk, ceilidh band tradition and to promote the work of composers who have served in one or other of the Scottish regiments (eg Alford, Howe, and Lamb etc). The Highland Band of The Royal Regiment of Scotland is commanded by the Director of Music (DOM), normally an Officer of the rank of Captain, supported by a Warrant Officer Class 1 Bandmaster, these are invariably ex Regular Directors of Music

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 The Soldier's Return/Grannie Duncan/Sae Will Ye Yet/Grannie ... Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 5:16
2 Glendaruel Highlanders/Blue Bonnets over the Border Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:41
3 74th Slow March/The Muckin O'Geordie's Byre/Atholl Highlanders Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:51
4 Will Ye Go Lassie?/The 42nd/Scotland the Brave/Far O'Er the Sea Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 3:22
5 The 79th's Farewell to Gibraltar/The Dundee Military Tattoo Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:54
6 The Drunken Piper/Highland Laddie/The Black Bear Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:17
7 After the Battlethe Green Hills of Tyrol/Lochanside/Loch Maree Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 4:36
8 General Rennie/Sarafand/Elizabeth Herriot Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 4:16
9 My Home/The Highland Cradle Song/Liberton Boys' Pipe Band Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 4:06
10 The Bonnie Hoose O' Airlie/The Rowan Tree/Bonnie Gallowa'/The Weary Maid D. Mac Leod / Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 5:17
11 Drum Salute: Mahri Bhan Og The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:02
12 Drum Salute: Killworth Hills The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 3:33
13 2/4 Marches: Farquhar MacRae/MacKay's Welcome to the 7lst; Marie's ... J. Sutherland / Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 4:17
14 3/4 Marches: My Faithful Fair One/Far O'Er Struy Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:10
15 6/8 Marches: Campbeltown Loch/The Lost Feather Bonnet/John D. Burgess Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 5:24
16 Brentwood Bay/Toronto Scottish Regiment J. Wilson The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 2:55
17 4/4 Marches: The Auld Hoose/Lord Lovat's Lament/The Crusader's March Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 5:11
18 Mingulay Boat Song/The Battle of Killie Krankie Traditional The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland 3:36

Credits

The Black Watch, 1st Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland - Primary Artist
D. Mac Leod - Composer
J. Sutherland - Composer
Traditional - Composer
J. Wilson - Composer