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Royal Scots Dragoon Guards
Second to None
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Royal Scots Dragoon Guards - Second to None
Fascinating CD of pipe and drum music used during the military day to signify specific occasions; Warning For Parade, Dinner Call, Staff Parade, etc. Very Informative. The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards is the senior Scottish regiment of the British Army. It has its own Pipes and Drums, who were first formed in 1946 and tour widely, performing in competitions, concerts and parades, their most famous piece being "Amazing Grace", which sold over seven million copies in the 1970s.

Disk 1 : Warning for Parade: Highland Laddie, The "Canter": Queen Elizabeth's March, the Muckin' O' Geordie's Byre, Bonnie Dundee, Dinner Call: Brose & Butter, Regimental Slow March: The Garb of Old Gaul, Commanding Officer's Orders: A Man's a Man, The "Trot": The Keel Row, Guard Mount: Scotland the Brave, Slow Marches: Going Home, My Home, the Skye Boat Song, Tea Call: Jenny's Bawbee, Mounted March: Men or Harlech, Staff Parade: Lochaber No More, Drummer's Dinner Call, Small Set: Highland Laddie, Major A.J. Grease, the Silver Set, Kelsey's Wee Reel, Piobaireachd: Lament for Kinloch-Moidart, Big Set: Pipe Major Willie Grey's Farewell to the Glasgow Police, Maggie Cameron, Mrs. MacPherson of Inveran, Mrs. Ishbel T. MacDonald, March On: The 79th's Farewell to Gibralter, Amazing Grace, Ladies' Night Set: Kirsten Campbell, Sporting Jammie, Ashley's Thinning Napper, Queen of the Rushes, Highland Cathedral, The Way Old Friends Do, March Off: Cullen Bay, Regimental Marches: Highland Laddie, the Black Bear

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